Intergenerational Program Database

Generations United collects and shares information on intergenerational programs across the United States. We currently have a program in every state with over 800 programs in the database. You can search programs below by keywords or state.

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  1. Audivi Memory Banking
    Audivi helps individuals save and play back memories in a personalized memory bank. Optimized for individuals with memory loss, Audivi’s platform is designed to ensure ongoing access to memories, offer a tool for caregivers and provide a mechanism to increase connection and reduce loneliness. As an app-based product, Audivi offers a wonderful opportunity for youth to connect with the older adults in their lives, share their curiosity and technical skills with them, while also creating a lasting gift and resource.
    • Audivi
    • 57 Central Street , Concord, MA, 01742
    • Kristin Nelson
    • (781) 290-9810
    • kwnelson[at]audivi.world
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  3. The Legacy Project
    The Legacy Project (TLP) is a newly established nonprofit dedicated to connecting college students with elders in their local communities to build a nationwide network of intergenerational friendships. The objective of TLP is multifold: -Build long-lasting intergenerational relationships as a means to combat social isolation and loneliness faced by seniors and young adults alike -Preserve the life histories of older adults through informal interview processes with the collected information used to craft a published book to share with the senior, their families, and the broader community -Engage young individuals into revolutionizing the societal perspective on aging -Encourage young individuals to actively listen to the stories of the older adults in their lives
    • The Legacy Project
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    • Arielle Galisnky
    • 7613638398
    • galinskyarielle[at]gmail.com
  4. Jewish Grandparents Network
    The Jewish Grandparents Network is a national organization that educates, connects, and supports grandparents as essential partners in enriching Jewish life. We envision a Jewish world that embraces grandparents as vital to our families, our communities, and our future. Come explore our Family Room, with 120+ experiences for grandparents and grandchildren. https://jewishgrandparentsnetwork.org/the-family-room/
    • Family Room
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    • Terry Kaye
    • terry[at]jewishgrandparentsnetwork.org
  5. Innovation 80
    Innovation 80's CoGen initiative funds small arts organizations in Chicago that develop programs that intentionally connect younger and older generations in underserved communities through the arts. CoGen programs encourage younger and older generations to share their talents and life experiences with each other in order to develop meaningful relationships that might even become transformative.
    • CoGen
    • 1555 N. Astor Ave 11W , Chicago, IL, 60610
    • Lauren Gray
    • (773) 425-3808
    • lauren[at]innovation80.org
  6. Pillars of Prospect Park Senior Living
    Pillars of Prospect Park Senior Living & Child Care Shared Site
    • Pillars of Prospect Park Senior Living
    • 22 Malcolm Ave SE, Minneapolis,, MN, 55414
    • Erin Erdahl
    • 6127169632
    • erin.erdahl[at]fairview.org
  7. Pillars of Prospect Senior Living Student Residency Program
    Pillars Senior Living & Student Residency - Multigenerational/Intergenerational Housing near the UMN Campus
    • Pillars of Prospect Senior Living Student Residency Program
    • 22 Malcolm Ave SE , Minneapolis,, MN, 55414
    • Erin Erdahl
    • (612) 716-9632
    • erin.erdahl[at]fairview.org
  8. Framed
    Framed, a social live-stream startup that offers an engaging place for all generations to come together and be inspired by a unique creator base of older adults who have lived fascinating, inspiring lives.
    • Framed Live
    • 2014 FAIRVIEW AVE #905 , SEATTLE, WA, 98121
    • Marc Fernandez
    • 424-422-9060
    • MARC[at]FRAMED.LIVE
  9. Generations Child and Memory Care
    Child Care facility that has 47 kids ages 6 weeks to 5 years old & an Assisted Living Memory Care facility that is home to 20 Grandfriends.
    • Generations Child and Memory Care
    • 3631 Hoffman Road, Mankato, MN, 56001
    • Hayley Fast
    • (507) 720-0644
    • hayley[at]caremankato.com
  10. Hope 4 Tomorrow Mentoring
    The Foster Care Support Foundation provides free clothing, toys, infant equipment, books, sporting equipment and more to youth in kinship, foster and fictive kin care throughout the state of GA. They also have a free one-on-one mentoring program for youth aged 12 years old and older in 8 metro Atlanta counties.
    • Foster Care Support Foundation
    • 115 Mansell Place , Roswell, GA, 30076
    • Jordan Rayburn
    • (770) 317-3749
    • mentor[at]fostercares.org
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