Intergenerational Program Database

Generations United is collecting and sharing information on intergenerational programs across the United States. We currently have a program in every state with nearly 700 programs in the database. You can search programs below by keywords or state.

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  1. Tiny Tots U Learning Academy at SouthHaven Assisted Living
    Tiny Tots U Learning Center at SouthHaven is strategically placed within SouthHaven Assisted Living and offers both children and elderly the opportunity to interact with each other creating a multi-generational center.
    • 4613 66th St, Lubbock, TX, 79410
    • 806-548-2474
    • info[at]tinytotsu.com
  2. University of Rochester, Program of Dance and Movement
    Moving Memories (DAN 247) is a choreography class that celebrates intergenerational learning. UR students and senior citizens participate in a mutually enriching and artful mission of creating a performative dance based on a significant memory from the elder’s past. The class investigates transcribing narrative into movement, sharing all aspects of decision-making in the process. Social bonding opportunities via outings and communal workshops are part of the semester experience as well. The final dances are performed in culminating concerts at the senior residence as well as at the University of Rochester.
    • Moving Memories
    • Todd Union, University of Rochester, Wilson Blvd. River Campus , Rochester, NY, 14627
    • Anne Wilcox
    • (585) 305-4619
    • awilcoxh[at]ur.rochester.edu
  3. Bridging Wisdom
    Middle-school students and low-income seniors meet weekly during the school day to build relationships and community. Students plan and facilitate engaging activities to create a welcoming space where all feel value, purpose, care, compassion and belonging. This multi-cultural group of students and Elders share wisdom of their generations and offer each other opportunities for a loving audience, sharing life-stories, cultural practices and tackling loneliness and isolation. The synergy created offers both groups a space for fun and joy.
    • Mutual Mentorship Intergenerational Program
    • 4703 47th Ave S , Seattle, WA, 98118
    • Laura Silver
    • (206) 595-9176
    • laura.silver[at]bridgingwisdom.org
    • 7500 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, WI, 53213
    • Danielle Unger
    • 414-258-6171 ext. 297
    • danielle.unger[at]thelutheranhome.org
  4. Intergenerational Landed Learning Project
    The Intergenerational Landed Learning Project promotes garden based intergenerational collaboration and interdisciplinary hands-on learning. Our programs merge educational research and school curriculum to teach about and promote environmental stewardship, healthy diets and lifestyles, and social development. Keyword: Shared Site
    • 2125 Main Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, ,
    • Stacy Friedman
    • stacy.friedman[at]ubc.ca
  5. Learning Cross Inc.
    Learning Cross strives to create a place that celebrates and engages the wisdom of our grandparents, acknowledges the power of a child's heart and mind, and gives praise to the God who makes it all possible.
    • Learning Cross Child Care Center
    • 2225 Canterbury Dr. , Hays, KS, 67601
    • Brett Schmidt
    • (620) 779-2460
    • thelearningcross[at]gmail.com
    • 6613 South Anthony blvd, Fort Wayne, IN, 46816
    • Kathryn Lehman
    • 2607440006
    • klehman[at]childrensvillagelssin.org
    • 200 SE MLK Bvl, Evansville, IN, 47713
    • 99 Barclay St, Newton, PA, 18940
    • Amy L Ruiz
    • aruiz[at]ch.kendal.org
    • 425 1/2 Ridge St NW, Washington, DC, 20001
    • Ron Swanda
    • 202-783-2133
    • rswanda[at]earthlink.net
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