Board Of Directors

Patricia Tucker
President

Betty Thomas
Vice President

Venda Hawkins
Treasurer

Mercedese Hervey
Secretary

MEMBERS
JASMINE NORTHUP
YOLANDA RUBALCABA
CARRIE WALKER
SUSAN WANG

Mission & History

SET for LIFE is a nonprofit, community based organization, serving the communities of the San Gabriel Valley since 2004. Our mission is to provide older adults 50+ with health education, practical skills as it related to enhancing their quality of life and health outcomes. In 2005, we began offering educational health seminars, medical screenings and interactive workshops to senior residents through our annual "Living Healthy for Life 50+" Expo.

By partnering with local organizations, including: City of Hope, an NCI designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, AARP, and HealthCare Partners, to name a few, we are able to offer the above mentioned services free of charge to all participants. In 2012, our annual health expo reached over 600 medically under served seniors and their families. In 2011, we began our fitness classes, which have attracted over 350 older adults and children. The classes are designed to engage our seniors in a healthy lifestyle change to improve health and prevent chronic illness.

In 2012, SET for LIFE received an award from the city of Monrovia for outstanding charitable service to the community. In 2010, we were honored by the city of Duarte for our community health services. Our annual Expo primarily helps to engage and educate seniors and their families in making healthy lifestyle changes and choices.

Our Volunteers in Action

We need your professional skills and talents to help SET for LIFE continue to provide services to the community. If you are looking for a way to truly give back locally, why not offer up the skills you already posses? The SET for LIFE Expo 50+ also offers the perfect opportunity for high school students to earn necessary community service and internship hours. Please contact us for more information.

Saturday, October 19, 2013
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Second Baptist Church, Inc.
Fannie M. Goodwind Education Center
925 South Shamrock Avenue
Monrovia, California 91016

2012 Expo Highlights

Helping to Keep Our Community Healthy!

125 Strokes Screenings were provided!
39 Low Income women received Free Breast Exams and Mammogram Screenings!
71 BMI Screenings!
64 Oral Cancer Screenings!
103 Diabetes Diabetes Screenings!
13 HIV/AIDS Screenings!
63 Blood Pressure Screenings!
36 Hearing Screenings!
& Free Healthy lunch was provided to all attendees and volunteers!

LATEST NEWS

MAMMOGRAM
REGISTRATION CLOSED

57 uninsured women have been confirmed to receive free breast examinations and mammograms during SET's Annual Living Healthy for LIFE Expo. Mammograms are closed, but men and women can stop by betwen 1:00pm - 3:00pm to get a massage, free BMI Cholesterol and blood sugar screening, along with a catered lunch and a chance to talk to medical experts

Free Mammograms
REGISTER NOW!

Free Mammograms will be provided to low income women by appointment. Mammograms will be offered from 10am - 3pm during the expo. Call (626) 386-8071 or Email: info@setforlifenews.org.
Give us your full name, phone number, date of birth and the City you live in. You will be notified of your appointment.

Sponsors

City of Hope / CCARE
Mobile Mammography Screening
Second Baptist Church, Inc.
CVS
CalAm Water
Screening Vendor and Sponsor opportunities available. Email: info@setforlifenews.org or call (626) 386-8071 for more information.

City of Monrovia Award

SET for LIFE was recognized by Monrovia Mayor Mary Ann Lutz and the City Council during council meeting. The recognition was for providing screenings and other resources for low income seniors and their families during the annual Healthing LIving for LIFE Expo. READ ARTICLE

City of Hope Recognition

SET for LIFE was featured in City of Hopes Winter 2013 publication for Zumba Fitness and Colorectal Cancer Screening Education Partnership.

A special thank you to Dr. Ashing Giwa, her staff and the City of Hope Drs. who provided valuable information to participants.
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