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. Kendal at Oberlin
    Kendal Early Learning Center (KELC) is a leader in person-centered intergenerational programming in Ohio for the children of Kendal at Oberlin staff members and families from the surrounding community. KELC will unite generations with relationships that have lasting positive effects on the lives of their children and residents. This will be accomplished using an educational curriculum focusing on the needs and interests of each child and on the interests and talents of each resident according to Kendal’s person-centered philosophy. KELC will maintain an environment that is aligned to NAEYC’s quality benchmarks and adheres to our mission to develop fiscal viability through community and philanthropic resources.
    • Kendal Early Learning Center
    • 600 Kendal Dr. , OBERLIN, OH, 44074
    • Jennine Hoover
    • (440) 775-9815
    • jehoover[at]
  2. The Carr Center, Inc.
    Keyword: Shared Site
    • 1035 Beverly Ave, Zanesville, OH, 43701
    • Kim Baker Hosler
    • 740.453.5417
    • khosler[at]
    • 202 East Bagley Road, Berea, OH, 44017
    • Christine Stadler
    • 216-401-9009
    • christine.stadler[at]
    • 11100 Springfield Pike, Cincinnati, OH, 45246
    • Meri Fox
    • 5137822498
    • mfox[at]
  3. Awakening Minds Art
    Intergenerational Painting Programs are designed to give participants across the life span the opportunity to come together through art. Programs are held at nursing homes and senior centers in Hancock County and Allen County. Facilities are responsible for scheduling the class for their residents/ members, while the children/ students are responsible for registering via the AMA Studio or website.
    • 317 S. Main St., Findlay, OH, 45840
    • Sarah Crisp
    • 419-302-3892
    • ama[at]
  4. Acorn Child Care Center at Avon Oaks Skilled Care Nursing Facility
    The Avon Child Care Center has been serving the community since 1985. We were one of the first daycare centers in Ohio to have an intergenerational program. Intergenerational Child Care is based on the premise that it is natural for children to encounter people of all ages as they grow and to participate in activities with them.
    • 37800 French Creek Rd, Avon, OH,
    • Joan Reidy
    • 440-934-5204
    • jreidy[at]
  5. Ohio Education Association-Retired Intergenerational Mentoring
    The OEA-Retired Intergenerational Mentoring Program is an ideal way for retired educators to continue their commitment to public education in Ohio, to the children who attend our schools, and to the pre-professionals who will benefit from their experience.
    • 5422 E. 96th Street, Suite 200, Garfield Heights, OH,
    • Beryl Burkle
    • berylburkle[at]
  6. Tallmadge High School
    Dynamics Community Theater is an intergenerational volunteer program in the Tallmadge City Schools. It begins when each new cast and crew assembles– young people sitting with their peers and adults off to the side. Drawn together by the roles they play, they begin to interact. Both students and adults learn and grow from the experience. By the time they’ve taken their final bows, they are like family! Intergenerational friendships made during productions continue. More than 700 people from the ages of 3 to 80 have been involved in some capacity with one of our productions.
    • 140 N Munroe rd, Tallmadge, OH,
    • 3307301525
    • dynamics[at]
  7. Lakeshore Intergenerational School
    The public charter school will serve 96 kindergarten thru 2nd grade students in its first year with multi-age classrooms and 17 students per teacher in August 2014 at St. Casimir Parish on Neff Road in Collinwood neighborhood
    • 11327 Shaker Blvd #200, Cleveland, OH,
    • (216) 721-0120
  8. Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority
    The Toledo Mudhens are a minor league baseball team in Toledo, Ohio. The Mudhens reached out to our low-income seniors here at Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA), and provide us every year with free ticket vouchers for our seniors and their guests that include a free Tarta Bus Ride to come and watch the game for free.
    • 3425 Nebraska Avenue, Toledo, OH, 43607
    • Michelle Turner
    • (419) 246-3161
    • mturner[at]
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