Uncategorized

Nominations Open: The Encore Prize, Generation to Generation Challenge

When I joined Encore.org in 2005 as the founding director of The Purpose Prize, I couldn’t have imagined how many […]

Read the Article

Nurturing Purpose Beyond the Self in Older Adults

This article was written by Anne Colby and Jim Emerman. The Pathways to Encore Purpose (PEP) project is a collaboration […]

Read the Article

Stand up for National Service

I was 25 when I inadvertently landed in the mecca of national service, leading Experience Corps Bay Area, an intergenerational […]

Read the Article

Best Cities for Successful Aging: 2017 Picks

Age-friendly cities improve the quality of life for ALL residents. Did your town make the list? Milken Institute Center for […]

Read the Article

EFN Leadership Conference: A Message from EFN National Director, Mike Mowery

Read the Article

Doug Noll, founder of Prison of Peace, featured in the Christian Science Monitor

Doug Noll’s life began at 50, when he abandoned a traditional law practice for mediation and peace-making. Since then, Doug […]

Read the Article

Four Encore Innovations from Across the Pond

I recently made a quick trip to London on personal business and took advantage of an extra day to visit […]

Read the Article

Encore.org CEO Marc Freedman Named 2017 Visiting Scholar, the Packard Foundation

It’s a pleasure and an honor to share the news that Marc Freedman has been invited to join the David […]

Read the Article

Finding Purpose — and Inspiration — in a Boxing Gym

Harry Cummins III found his purpose in life when he opened a boxing gym to reach kids on the streets, […]

Read the Article

Why Eldercare and Child-Care Facilities Should Be in the Same Place

Driving north on old Highway 1 in Philadelphia, en route to visiting my nursing-home-bound father, I fiddled with the FM […]

Read the Article
Page 1 of 1212345...10...Last »