Grantee Stories

FriendshipWorks visit

Building Social Connections

Little Brothers - Friends of the Elderly & FriendshipWorks

According to the National Council on Aging, one in six seniors living alone in the United States faces physical, cultural, and/or geographical barriers that isolate them from their peers and communities.

Latino Health Insurance Program class participants

Making Aging Well a Priority

Latino Health Insurance Program

Through its Mi Vida, Mi Salud (“My Life, My Health”) program, the Latino Health Insurance Program conducts healthy aging classes, provides transportation and assists older adults with medical coverage and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) enrollment.

photo courtesy of Jessie Gladin-Kramer, Feeding America

Elder Hunger

Greater Boston Food Bank & Merrimack Valley Food Bank

Nearly nine million seniors in the United States face the threat of hunger, an increase of 88 percent over a decade’s time.

More Stories

Healthy Eating for Successful Living

Hebrew SeniorLife

Making Cultural Connections

BayPath Elder Services

Building Strength and Stamina

Rogerson Communities

Retirees, Nonprofits Welcome ReServe to Greater Boston

ReServe

Empowering Seniors

Project RIGHT

Eat Your Fruits and Vegetables

Montachusett Opportunity Council

Kit Clark Senior Services Fit-4-Life Program

Kit Clark Senior Services

Finding a Universal Language

Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly

Q&A with Hearth’s Mark Hinderlie

Hearth

Meet the Golden Tones

The Golden Tones Chorus

Generations Incorporated

Generations Incorporated

Finding Purpose in Teaching Kids

Jumpstart

Breaking Down Barriers

Wang YMCA of Chinatown

Community Health Programs

Community Health Programs

Cycling for Strength & Social Interaction

All Out Adventures

Reduce the Risk of Falls at Home

Carroll Center for the Blind

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