Nearly 200 staff members, caregivers, community partners and friends will gather to celebrate a special evening and enjoy delicious food, raffle items, and dancing.
We would like to take this opportunity to extend a heartfelt “thank you” to each and every individual within CCC’s “COMMUNITY OF CARING” for your thoughtfulness and generosity.
We look forward to our caregivers, colleagues, clients, friends, and family joining us in our celebration.
This past Saturday May 4, 2013, CCC co-sponsored the Richmond Health Festival. Residents of the San Francisco Richmond district visited our table and learned about the services we provide. Ms. Poon was one of the more active seniors that we met. She uses her iphone and asked us to email her the photo of her! She is a great example of successful aging!
March 27, 2013, CCC organized a concert for the residents of Mission Creek. The Pocatello High School Senior Choir from Pocatello, Idaho visited San Francisco and provided an afternoon of singing and dancing. The joyous entertainment was much appreciated by residents and staff and so were the goody bags with tangerines and chocolates offered by CCC to all!
On November 28, 2012, Compassionate Community Care celebrated our 11th Anniversary with a party held at the Four Seas Restaurant in Chinatown. Nearly 200 staff, caregivers, community partners and friends gathered to celebrate a special evening and enjoy delicious food, raffle items, and dancing.
Representatives from the corporate office in Idaho including, Roy Prescott, John McNabb, and Rob DeLoach, were also able to attend, bringing with them a ton of fresh Idaho potatoes for all to enjoy. We extend a heartfelt “thank you” to them for their thoughtfulness and generosity. Francisco Hsieh, Special Assistant to Fiona Ma, presented CCC with a certificate of honor for outstanding service to the residents of San Francisco.
Thank you to our wonderful caregivers, colleagues, clients, friends, and family who joined in our celebration.
“We’re committed to building a friendly community for the aging and ill. To do this we shall continue to work with community organizations in order for us to provide better services and make it easier for those in need to access home care. We shall also continue to provide the finest ongoing training and overseeing of our caregivers.
We’re also very thankful for our clients, and those who have been so supportive to CCC in the community over the years. We wouldn’t be able to get this far without all of the great effort from our wonderful staff, understanding and cooperative clients, and continuing support and referrals of the community involved with the care of the aged and ill.”
Qiu (Cho) Quanhong
Executive Director, CCC