Fall Fest 2019: Historical Night at the Morse House

Join Legal Assistance for Seniors at the Morse House for a fundraiser to support the expansion of landmark services and a legacy that has ensured the independence and dignity of seniors and others in Alameda County for over 42 years.

Designated as an Oakland City Historic Landmark, the Morse House, home of John Bliss and Kim Thompson, is situated in Upper Rockridge overlooking the Claremont Country Club. It was built in 1936 and designed by notable architect E. Geoffrey Bangs.

Enjoy an inspiring evening with hosted food platters, desserts, beer, wine, soda, and much more, while raising funds for critically needed legal services, counseling, and education that protect the personal safety, housing, parental and foreign citizen rights, health insurance, and income and assets of older adults in Alameda County. Legal Assistance for Seniors serves over 5,000 individuals and families and reaches over 10,000 annually at community service sites and events.

“The desire to reach for the stars is ambitious. The desire to reach hearts is wise.” Maya Angelou

Transportation from Nearest BART to Morse House:
The nearest BART is Rockridge Station. Legal Assistance for Seniors has arranged shuttle service for those arriving via Rockridge Bart Station. Please email events@lashicap.org for information about boarding the shuttle.