In 2015, The Eisner Foundation awarded two organizations with The Eisner Prize. Generations United in Washington, D.C. won The Eisner Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Intergenerational Advocacy. Generations United helps improve the lives of children, youth and older adults through intergenerational collaboration, public policies, and programs.
L.A. Kitchen in Los Angeles. California won The Eisner Prize for Innovation in Intergenerational Solutions. L.A. Kitchen provides young adults aging out of foster care and older adults recently released from prison with culinary job training in a 20,000 square foot kitchen.
The Eisner Prizes were awarded on February 10, 2016 in San Francisco, CA.
Here's a short film on Generations United
Here's a short film on L.A. KitchenRead the press release
- Peter Whitehouse, MD, PhD,
Founder of The Intergenerational Schools
- Jeffrey Katzenberg,
Chairman of the MPTF Foundation
- Lester Strong,
CEO of AARP Experience Corps
- Nancy Henkin,
Founder and Executive Director,
The Intergenerational Center at Temple University