In the company of friends.

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Happenings & Highlights

  • Current Event Discussions

    Celebrating the wisdom of the community, residents plan and lead discussion groups around a variety of current events.

  • Friday Noon Concert

    Residents enjoy performances by Scripps students at the exceptional Scripps Balch Auditorium.

  • Monthly Museum Visits

    Hop on the Claremont Manor Bus to explore regional highlights. Past trips include the Asia Pacific Museum and the Planes of Fame Museum.

  • Out to Lunch Bunch

    Each month, residents gather to satiate their culinary curiosity, trying the fare at a different local restaurant.

  • Film Series Class

    Engage in a critical study of film with Claremont Adult Education.

  • Claremont Dog Walkers

    Meet in the Front Oval for our Saturday pet parade.

A powerful sense of togetherness.

Residents love to engage with one another—creating new opportunities to share passions and discoveries. Whether it’s over a social hour in the Solarium or a resident-led physics lecture, the people who call Claremont home are always growing and learning, making new acquaintances quickly feel like old friends.

Community events and featured activities at Claremont Manor.

For residents, by residents

Our communities are full of passionate people. To celebrate that, we started Shine!, a life enrichment program. It’s all about getting in touch with the passions and unique skills of the individuals who make up our communities and giving everyone the space to be a teacher … and a student. Through this program, we invite everyone to tell us what is important and interesting to them, and then we make those experiences happen.


Help run the Hospitality Committee or bring your expertise to event planning or care giving. Whatever your specialty or passion is, your assistance is greatly appreciated. Having residents and locals as volunteers is the best way to get people engaged and ensure that Claremont Manor stays true to the people who live here.

If you’re interested in learning more about the variety of opportunities here, please contact our Director of Resident Services Tanya Madrid at 909.626.1227 or via email at

Make a donation

Thanks to generous donors and supporters, the Front Porch Communities Foundation (FPCF), a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization, helps older people flourish. Gifts to the FPCF assist residents who outlive their resources and support community improvements that enhance the quality of life. Employees also benefit through donations to the HEART Fund and Scholarship Funds. Your charitable donations through FPCF are tax-deductible as allowed by the IRS.

FPCF works with each Front Porch community, its executive director, and residents to raise funds that benefit your community.

Click below to make an online donation or please call: 800.233.3709.

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