More so than ever during this pandemic, a powerful sense of camaraderie fills our community. Residents love to engage with one another even from a distance—creating new opportunities to share passions and discoveries. We aren’t just a group of individuals—we have a common bond. Some had their eye on Sunny View for a long time, some came seeking community engagement, companionship, and care. The people who live here are a creative, interesting, close-knit group. We’re trombone players, bookworms, dog lovers. We laugh, we play cards, we garden. Sometimes we like to relax on our own. But we all enjoy this place in the shade of the foothills, with a common bond—the pursuit of happiness.
Happenings & Highlights
Nondenominational services, mass, worship, prayer, and Bible study.
Current Event Discussions
Our community is a rich resource. Residents plan and lead discussion groups on a wide variety of topics. All opinions welcome.
Monthly Museum Visits
For art lovers and those who would like to expand their horizons.
Monthly get-togethers for foodies are popular, with a never-ending list of local destinations.
Watch the latest releases or classic favorites. Watch a sporting event or listen to a symphony all in our state-of-the-art theater.
AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill®
It’s not moonwalking, but the NASA design provides a low-gravity simulation that’s easy on the joints.
Rag Tag Band
This resident group performs regularly throughout the campus. Enjoy your favorite Big Band and jazz music.
The mayor of Cupertino makes regular visits to keep residents informed about city happenings.
Sunny View Library
Open 24 hours in case the desire for some good reading strikes you at any time.
This is home.
Sharing a place. Sharing interests. Discovering new skills, novel experiences, and new friendships. It is the kind of thing that makes up the fabric of a community. People who learn together, grow together, dine together, relax together, and befriend one another. There is a vital need for community. What we hear from our residents again and again is that they wish they had only known sooner how grand life could be. This is retirement.
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 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’s important and interesting to them, and then we make those experiences happen.
Help welcome new residents or bring your expertise to event planning or caregiving. Many residents volunteer in the Care Center and at the Sunny Days community store. Whatever your specialty or passion, your assistance is always welcome and appreciated.
Make a donation
Fiscal responsibility is one of our core values at Front Porch, so we require our operations to carry themselves financially. This means that every donation makes a true impact in the lives of our residents and our overall community.