In 2014, The Eisner Foundation awarded two organizations with The Eisner Prize. Bridge Meadows in Portland, Oregon won The Eisner Prize for Innovation in Intergenerational Solutions. Bridge Meadows is a unique housing community intentionally designed for parents, foster children and low-income older adults.
The Intergenerational Schools in Cleveland, Ohio won The Eisner Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Intergenerational Advocacy. Drs. Peter and Catherine Whitehouse accepted the award on behalf of the school they founded 14 years ago with the goal of connecting elder mentors and students in the classroom and the community.
The Eisner Prizes were awarded on October 29 in Tempe, AZ.Back to Eisner Prize Directory
- Dr. Catherine Whitehouse,
The Intergenerational Schools