About Us

Our Milestones

2008 – Renewing Life established its tax exempted status non-profit and partnered with the San Diego Food Bank for our food pantry program.

2009 – Renewing Life established a partnership with South Bay Community Services to transport seniors at Town Center Manor in Chula Vista, CA.

2012 and 2013 – Received grant funding from SANDAG to continue the transportation program for seniors with expansion to Harvest Ridge senior apartments (90 unit senior apartments affiliated with South Bay Community Services).

2014-2020 – Implemented the Congregational Tower transportation program with funding from Community Congregational Development Corp.

2017-Awarded  grant funding from SanDag for the years 2017 and 2018.

2020 - Awarded Wheelchair vehicle by SanDag.


Our Service

No-Cost transportation to low income seniors and individuals with disabilities living at our service sites in the South Bay. Sites served include Congregational Towers, Harvest Ridge and Towne Centre Manor .

We also serve Sharp Birch Patrick Skilled Nursing Facility,  which is mostly wheelchair patients.

We are also partnering with FACT (Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation, http://www.factsd.org/) to serve the general public including dialysis patients. 

Our Partners

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  • Community Congregational Development Corporation (CCDC)
  • SANDAG
  • San Diego County CECO
  • FACT

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  •  Community Congregational Church of Chula Vista
  •  Norman Park Center Chula Vista
  • South Bay Tax Service
  • Meals on Wheels Chula Vista
  • San Diego Food Bank

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  • McKinney and Associates (Accounting Service)


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Our Accomplishments (July 1, 2019 through

 December 2019)

Transportation/Drives: Four Thousand One Hundred Seventy (4,170) completed one-way drives to medical appointments, grocery store, personal needs, other individual appointments for seniors and disable individuals; Service Sites: Congregational Tower, Harvest Ridge Senior Apartments and Town Centre Senior Apartments ; Weekly Shuttle Drives for grocery shopping to Wal-Mart, Seafood City, Albertsons and Sprouts.

Added Vehicles to Transportation: Two FACT  wheelchair capable vans added to fleet along with a passenger car. 

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Renewing Life is affiliated with the San Diego County Volunteer Driver Coalition.  The coalition is a county-wide network of free and low-cost transportation services available to seniors.  Our programs offer safe, reliable transportation provided by trained volunteers who care about seniors.  

Once a year we have a Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon to show our gratitude for the selfless work they do.


Notice of Public Rights

Renewing Life, Inc., operates its programs without regard to age, gender, disability, race, color, or national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and other applicable federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on publicly funded projects. Any person who believes he or she has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice may file a complaint with Renewing Life.

For more information on the Renewing Life’s civil rights program, and the obligations and procedures to file a complaint, contact Sabrina San Nicolas; 619-849-9922; email [email protected] or visit our administrative office at 1058 Camino del Rey, Chula Vista, CA 91910. For more information, visit www.renewinglife4sd.com.

If information is needed in another language, contact 619-849-9922

Atencion para personas hablar en espanol:

Si desea obtener información en español por favor contacte a Ernistina Archelita, 408-394-5937.


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