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 nearly 900 programs in the database. You can search programs below by keywords or state.

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  1. CareOne Ewing Intergenerational Program
    CareOne at Ewing has partnered with two local schools to participate in our intergenerational program, which partners our residents with students in a variety of fun activities, including karaoke sing-alongs, word games and holiday crafts.
    • 1201 Parkway Ave, Ewing, NJ,
    • Vivian Dillon, Director of Recreation
    • 609-882-6900
  2. GrandPals
    The GrandPals program is a learning and reading program pairing older adults with students in the Princeton Regional Schools. Senior volunteers read to kindergartners at Littlebrook and Riverside Schools to encourage a love of reading and to develop intergenerational friendships.
    • 45 Stockton Street, Princeton, NJ,
    • Olivian Boon
    • 609-924-7108
    • oboon[at]princetonsenior.org
  3. State of New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services
    The Intergenerational School Breakfast Program (ISBP) traditionally pairs adult volunteers with young children, pre-kindergarten through the third grade, during the school breakfast program. Volunteers serve as role models, reading storybooks to the children and teaching them about the importance of good nutrition and eating breakfast. Some of the sites have a senior volunteers only stipulation
    • P.O. Box 360, Trenton, NJ,
    • 609-292-9560
  4. Parents Anonymous of New Jersey INC
    Parents Anonymous of New Jersey, Father Time, and Bridgeton Municipal Alliance's youth to youth members spent Martin Luther King weekend serving soup to seniors at the Oakview Heights apartments and RiverWalk Senior Apartments. The groups also donated materials for pillows and blankets and distributed them out to the seniors. A news article about our 2012 event: http://www.nj.com/cumberland/index.ssf/2012/01/bridgeton_youth_serve_soup_to.html
    • Route 206 South, Suite 10, Hamilton, NJ,
    • Laurie Komjati
    • 6095857666
    • lkomjati[at]paofnj.org
  5. Livingston Board of Education
    For 24 years the Livingston Board of Education, Livingston Township Council and Livingston High School Key Club has hosted an intergenerational prom for high school students and seniors.
    • 30 Robert Harp Dr, Livingston, NJ,
    • 9735358000
    • mailto:
  6. Tom’s River Multigenerational Orchestra
    Adults and children, people of all ages and backgrounds come together to enjoy performing music. We share our music with those who have difficulty experiencing high-quality live music by performing in venues such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and senior villages. Anyone who plays an orchestral instrument is welcome to audition to play with us.
    • 101 Flack Street, Toms River, NJ,
    • Mildred Zitt
    • 7323498047
    • mlzitt[at]verizon.net
  7. RSVP of Monmouth County
    RSVP of Monmouth County has two intergenerational programs. Volunteers read to the same small groups of students each week throughout the school year using a read-aloud format that augments the school’s regular reading curriculum. Healthy Buddies partners senior volunteers with students, grades 3-5, to help them develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviors needed to maintain and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.
    • 191 Bath Avenue, Long Branch, NJ,
    • Samantha White
    • 732-222-9111 ext. 152
    • swhite[at]fcsmonmouth.org
  8. Friendship Center Intergenerational Childcare Center
    The Friendship Center is an intergenerational child care facility that  incorporates senior citizens from Heath Village, the adjacent retirement community, into its child care programs. Senior volunteers assist the center's professional staff by teaching Bible stories and foreign languages, conducting nature walks, providing musical accompaniment, reading stories, and supervising craft and woodworking projects. Heath Village residents join with the children for special events and holiday celebrations, and pair off with them to be pen pals. Most important, the Heath Village residents who share in the Friendship Center's activities bring their maturity and love of children to help create a warm, caring Christian environment, giving children the feel of a large extended family. Keyword: Shared Site
    • 420 Schooley's Mountain Road, Hackettstown, NJ,
    • 908-852-2221
    • info[at]friendshipctrchildcare.com
  9. Child Development Center at Parker
    The Child Development Center at Parker Child Development Center(CDC) is committed to providing a high-quality early childhood program, offering a safe and nurturing environment while promoting the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development of young children. Residents of Francis E. Parker Memorial Home meet daily with the children for story time, arts and crafts, gardening, reading and visits.
    • 443 River Road, Highland Park, NJ,
    • Robin Kessler, Director
    • 732-565-2410
    • cdcatparker[at]yahoo.com
  10. Tamworth School District
    You can change a life by providing the individual attention that helps children build confidence and success. Opportunities are available in Kennetth A. Brett Elementary School and 18 other U. S. cities. OASIS volunteer tutors are paired with children in grades K-3 who would benefit from a one-on-one mentoring relationship. Tutors are trained to work with kids using a proven approach to literacy that emphasizes reading, talking and writing. They meet with their students at least once a week throughout the school year, providing a caring, supportive environment where reading and language activities, keyed to the child’s interests, spark curiosity and learning.
    • OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring
    • 881 Tamworth Rd, Tamworth, NH, 3886
    • Sue Colten
    • (603) 323-9717
    • scolten[at]nyc.rr.com
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