Senior Concerns, a Thousand Oaks-based group dedicated to serving seniors, has been selected by Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin, D-Thousand Oaks, as one of 100 California nonprofits of the year.

Officials of the 100 nonprofits will be feted Wednesday, California Nonprofits Day, by state legislators at a luncheon in Sacramento.

Andrea Gallagher, Senior Concerns’ president, said, “We are deeply humbled and honored to be chosen as a nonprofit of the year by Assemblyperson Jacqui Irwin. This recognition reflects our commitment to serving the needs of a growing population of seniors and family caregivers in our community.”

Jan Masaoka, CEO of the California Association of Nonprofits, said, “Nonprofits make California communities strong, yet we’re often so busy that we don’t toot our own horns about the work we are doing.

“California Nonprofits Day is an opportunity for our elected officials to recognize the good work they see nonprofits doing in their districts, and it also demonstrates the larger collective impact of nonprofits throughout California.”

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