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Nonprofits for social impact: Connecting generations to drive positive change and address societal challenges.

PARTNERSHIPS

Partnerships are central to the work LinkAGES Connects does. We collaborate with community-based organizations, nonprofits, funders, government agencies, businesses, and individuals.  

Connect with LinkAGES

Community-based organizations: Empowering communities through collaborative efforts across generations.

LinkAGES Connects is built on a foundation of collaboration. We partner with people and entities across sectors and fields. We are constantly expanding our list of collaborators and finding new ways to make an impact.

 

Together, we create more opportunities for meaningful intergenerational connections and build healthy, resilient, and vibrant communities where all ages are thriving.

Join our community! 

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LinkAGES Collaborative Network

LinkAGES Connects is expanding! In April, 2023, we launched the multi-national LinkAGES Collaborative Network! Partners come from the fields of social services, affordable housing, schools, long-term care, art & culture, public libraries, religious institutions and more. We meet online to share knowledge and resources, collaborating on problem-solving and forming partnerships to facilitate programs. 

Upcoming quarterly meetings:
 

  • July 20, 2023: Funding

  • October 26, 2023: Program Design

  • January 25, 2024: Collaboration

  • April 25, 2024: Measuring Impact
     

 

We will have both an American Sign Language (ASL) and Spanish language interpreter at every meeting. 

Program Partners

Community program facilitation

LinkAGES began as a Denver-based collaborative. Our Colorado partners have designed, developed, and facilitated 40+ intergenerational programs and impacted the lives of 1200+ people.

We are expanding our reach through the LinkAGES Collaborative Network– a multi-national collaborative. Partners come from the fields of social services, affordable housing, schools, long-term care, art & culture, public libraries, religious institutions and more. Program partners share knowledge and resources, collaborating on high-quality intergenerational programs that benefit their communities.

  • Denver Art Museum

  • Denver Public Library

  • Jewish Family Service of Colorado

  • Kavod Senior Life

  • Shalom Park Nursing Home

  • Senior Planet from AARP

  • Herbal Gardens Wellness

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado

  • Regis University 

  • Innovations in Aging Collaborative

Education Partners 

We develop evidence-based tools to help more people adapt, facilitate, and sustain best-in-class intergenerational programs. We do this in collaboration with aligned partners and subject-matter experts.

Resources

Funders

Our funders are innovative problem-solvers who work alongside us to provide thought leadership and strategic guidance. Our funders recognize the significance of social connection and belonging for individual, community, and societal health. They come from diverse fields including Aging, Social Justice, Health Equity, Youth Development, Community, and more. We also receive contributions and in-kind support from our partnering organizations and individual donors.

Dontate to LinkAGES Connects

By donating to  LinkAGES Connects, you heal youth, older adults, communities, and the world. LinkAGES builds organizational capacity and strengthens the fields of youth development, aging, and intergenerational connections. 

Donations are tax-deductible. All donations are routed through our fiscal sponsor, Trailhead Institute.

CHECK:

Make a check out to The LinkAGES Fund and mail it to:

Trailhead Institute

 1999 Broadway, Suite 600,

Denver, CO 80202

CREDIT CARD:

Click the donate button below! Please note you will be redirected to the LinkAGES Campaign through Colorado Gives. 

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