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San Diego Oasis receives $300,000 grant to create education hub for older adults

The Oasis Innovation Center will feature in-person and virtual technology workshops


Last updated 11/9/2020 at 7:40pm

Sam Attisha giving check to Simona Valanciute

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Sam Attisha, Cox Communications, delivers a $300,000 check to San Diego Oasis CEO Simona Valanciute, left, to create an education hub for older adults to adopt technology. Oasis instructor Gladis Jimenez is on the right.

SAN DIEGO – Cox Communications awarded a $300,000 grant to San Diego Oasis, a nonprofit organization on a mission to change the way people experience aging and pursue vibrant, healthy, productive, and meaningful lives through education and community service.

This gift will empower San Diego Oasis to create the Oasis Innovation Center, a collaboration hub which will focus on the adoption of innovative technology for older adults, relevant to older adult wellness, healthcare, and lifelong learning needs, as well as provide a virtual technology series in the interim.

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