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Resources from the Intergenerational Center are now available at gu.org.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
DOROT's Youth Volunteer Programs

DOROT, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, engages youth in volunteer activities through its Youth Volunteer Programs. The program's educational framework increases young people's sensitivity to the needs of older adults as well as further their commitment to community and service. Each year, DOROT engages, trains, and supports 2,100 youth under age 18 and 500 college students who offer 12,000 hours of service. Learn more

Does your intergenerational program meet critical needs in your community? Does it provide clear, meaningful roles for participants of all ages and abilities? Do you go above and beyond to train staff and participants? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may have what it takes to be named an intergenerational Program of Distinction! 
The deadline to apply is June 30, 2016Contact Emily Patrick with any questions. Learn more


We're honored to be the recipient of The 2015 Eisner Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Intergenerational Advocacy! Check out the video.

Valuing Vaccinations Across Generations is an awareness campaign that bridges the importance of immunizations into intergenerational conversation within families and among generations.

Protect the Social Services Block Grant. Sign your organization on to this letter to Congress.

Read the latest blog on The Huffington Post from Generations United's Executive Director Donna Butts.

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