Helping build community and supporting seniors in NE Calgary.

We are a non-profit organization that brings together seniors for activities, social events, community interactions and educational programs.


I just wanted to send a quick note to say thank you to you for making it possible for me to participate in the aquacize program which I thoroughly enjoyed. It was exactly what I needed for my bad knees and ankle!

Thanks for the wonderful time yesterday. I saw things like the Watson Lodge that I had not seen before. Again thanks to you and your wonderful dedicated team.

About Us

F.O.C.U.S. on Seniors is a not-for-profit, volunteer-driven initiative, designed to support older adults, (55+ years old) in Northeast Calgary. ​​

Senior citizen services are provided at low to no cost thanks to the generous support of the ‘1,000 Voices’ at the Genesis Centre, Calgary Public Library and Ethno-Cultural Council of Calgary.

F.O.C.U.S on Seniors began in January 2007 as a grass-root initiative supporting (50 plus) older adults in N.E. Calgary. It operated as an informal volunteer-driven group under the leadership of founder Rossbina Nathoo with strong supporters, Mumtaz Hazari & Karim Khimani.

It gained popularity and momentum with its innovative “spiral engagement approach” and was incorporated as a non-profit organization on 7th July 2011. Thanks to countless volunteers F.O.C.U.S on Seniors strives to offer excellence through on-going volunteerism.

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