Stronger Together: a Call to Innovation for Funders of Children, Youth, Families and Older Adults

Posted on November 7, 2008 by Generations United

In light of the rapidly changing demographics of American society, grantmakers should fund programs that cut across age divisions and look at the social and economic needs of society as a whole, pooling resources to improve outcomes for multiple generations, a new report from Generations United finds. A holistic approach to grantmaking is needed, a compelling frame that uses a… Read More

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