Inclusion is a lifestyle.

E-Life is a collection of inclusive activities for people of all ages and abilities.

What is E-Life?

E-Life is a collection of Bay Area community service programs that promote inclusion in all aspects of life, because inclusion should not be limited to the classroom. From gardening to photography, E-Life provides activities for any person at any age and life stage.


Grow and cultivate connection and engagement in a sensory garden

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Coming 4/6- 5/11


See the world through a different lens.

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Coming 2/10- 3/16


Learn how to build emotional connections through drama and improv!

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Coming 4/6- 5/11


Empowering kids to reach their full athletic and social potential
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In Session 2/10


Reach your full academic potential (ages 18+)

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Our Story

E-Life will bring our inclusive mantra into new areas such as farming, music, art, and gaming while we maintain and continue to develop E-Sports, the inclusive sports program we established and have been expanding since April 2000. These new initiatives will enable us to spread the mindset of inclusion to more individuals of all different ages and abilities.

Our Writings

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How to Build a Sensory Garden

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From flowers to vegetables and herbs, gardens are beautiful spaces where you can enjoy the outdoors and reconnect with your surroundings. Being aware of your surroundings and environment can help…

Access to Adventure 2023

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Saturday September 16th, E-Life was invited to participate in Support for Families Inclusive Recreation Fair, Access to Adventure, at Crissy Field Tunnel Tops. Support for Families is a parent-led organization…

Disability Inclusion in Film Media

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Everyone loves to see characters in a movie or tv show that brings familiarity or resembles themself. It brings a sense of belonging and acceptance, that we’re not alone in…

Sensory Inclusion at UCLA Graduation Ceremony

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On June 16, the class of 2023 at UCLA had their first-ever sensory-inclusive graduation ceremony that was created by a partnership between Randall Park, a UCLA alumni, and KultureCity. Actor…

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Office address

1050 W Remington Dr

Sunnyvale, CA 94087

If you're interested then let us know and one of our coordinators will contact you!

Which E-Life program are you interested in?