Six beautiful and vibrant women in their 80's and 90's, from St. Paul's Towers in Oakland, model Eileen Fisher's 2014 Spring collection at the Episcopal Senior Communities Foundation’s (ESCF) annual fundraiser supporting affordable services for low- income seniors.
Thursday, Jun 26, 2014 Updated at 11:07 AM PDT
St. Paul's Towers is one of the 10 Episcopal Senior Communities in northern California supporting life-changing services for seniors. Each year the proceeds from the Celtic Cup help provide service for low-income and isolated seniors. ESC’s Senior Resources programs break down the walls of isolation, provide emergency funding and connect more than 12,000 seniors with a vast network of resources to help them live vibrant, happy and healthy lives. ESC’s affordable senior housing communities provide more than 1,000 low-income seniors with a quality home life, community and a network of support.
One project that will be supported by this year’s Celtic cup proceeds will be a WanderGaurd System at ESC’s Lytton Gardens in Palo Alto, giving seniors the ability to safely live independently.
This year the Celtic Cup had nearly 300 participants taking part in the fashion show luncheon, the golf tournament and the evening dinner and live auction. With over 110 golfers, they were able raise over $20,000.