Two-year general operating support to recruit more senior volunteers to help 9,000 low-income, underserved youth with their creative and expository writing skills through in-school/after-school tutoring and writing workshops.
Two-year program support for Re-Imagining Orange Grove, an intergenerational creative place-making project focused on the Orange Grove corridor, the highest-crime area in Pasadena.
Two-year program support of the Kinship Care Project to provide multigenerational families with essential free legal services.
One-year program support to expand the School-Based Mentoring program through engagement of older adult volunteers from the retired law enforcement community.
Two-year program support to strengthen the intergenerational volunteer program to serve the at-risk youth population in San Pedro and Wilmington.
Two-year capital support twoward comprehensive facility improvements and strategic sustainability campaign.
Three-year capital support for the new Intergenerational Health Center in Sherman Oaks serving 6,000 unduplicated patients annually.
Two-year general operating support to amplify, enhance and develop a broad span of activities that unite generations, primarily in Pacoima and Compton.
Two-year general operating support for shelter providing immediate and long-term services for pregnant women and their children with support from intergenerational volunteers.
Two-year program support for the Generation to Generation campaign that will mobilize 1 million people over 50 to stand up and show up for kids and help change the national conversation about intergenerational relationships in America.
One-year program support to improve the quality of life and learning for more than 750 children and 750 low-income seniors through intergenerational arts education and mentoring collaborations between affordable senior housing members and schools in Southern California.
Two-year general operating support to expand the current two-generation learning program to inlude opportunities for senior volunteers and grandparents to serve.
One-year program support for an intergenerational mentoring program between seniors and youth with moderate to severe physical and mental disabilities in the South Bay.
One-year support for a new signature report on shared-site intergenerational programs.
One-year general operating support to provide a program that combines athletics, afterschool educational enrichment, and community for low-income youth in the greater Anaheim area.
One-year program support to leverage the impact of high-quality prenatal, postnatal and pediatric services in Los Angeles through diaper and critical gear donations.
One-year program support to increase access to services for seniors and create volunteer opportunities that will facilitate intergenerational connections with HOLA youth.
One-year general operating support to increase outreach and retention of senior volunteers to strengthen infrastructure to serve 12,000 domestic violence victims.
One-year program support to further expand the Senior Volunteer Program with the aim of creating an innovative, effective, and sustainable program that benefits both students and seniors.
One-year general operating support to encourage strong intergenerational relationships and promote increased understanding between generations to improve program delivery to low-income families.
One-year general operating support for an intergenerational culinary job training organization that empowers emancipated foster youth and older adults transitioning out of incarceration to thrive in careers in the food service industry.
Two-year capital support for a new multi-purpose and multi-generational community facility in Downtown Los Angeles to expand intergenerations activity opportunities.
One-year program support for Arts for NexGen to bolster the museum's ability to provide intergenerational engagement for families across the region.
Two-year capital support to build an intergenerational campus for LGBT youth and seniors in Hollywood that enriches each generation and creates a true sense of community.
One-year program support for Youth Orchestra LA (YOLA), which will serve 1,025 children in the underserved neighborhoods of South LA, East LA, the Rampart District, and Westlake.
One-year support for the City of Los Angeles' Summer Night Lights program.
Support for merger with Grandparents as Parents, including infrastructure upgrades and general operating support as the two organizations combine their operations.
Two-year capacity-building support to restructure the volunteer program to create more opportunities for intergenerational programming.
One-year program support to sustain and expand the Engaging All Ages in Service and Learning project to benefit 150 seniors and 1,500 children.
Two-year program support for the Kinship Project, impacting 120 relative caregivers and their children in South L.A.
One-year program support to recruit and train senior volunteers to serve as reading partners to over 700 K-4th grade students across Los Angeles.
One-year capacity building support to pair seniors with high school students in an eight-week program designed to strengthen communities.
Two-year program support to launch a new intergenerational volunteer program that will enable senior-age volunteers to assist low-income children ages 0 to 5 with literacy and development.
Two-year support to create a "New Map of Life" that will outline for society how aging has changed and what policies are needed to promote healthy aging.
Two-year general operating support to bring high-quality arts education resources to LA County's lowest performing elementary and middle schools.
Three-year support for three research-based intergenerational programs: Generation Xchange, TimeOut@UCLA and UCLA Alzheimer's and Dementia Care.
Two-year program support to launch a Legends Reading Program that will bring retired men and retired police officers to help young boys of color ages 5-9 in South Los Angeles.
One-year program support for Scribe for Success which connects volunteer electronic medical record student scribes and retired physicians to expand access to care to low-income, uninsured and homeless population.