GEN2GEN CITIES: DIGITAL TOOLKIT

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Public sector leaders are using #Gen2Gen strategies to build stronger ties, foster empathy, better use public spaces, increase volunteerism, and save $, while improving outcomes for all ages. Learn more @EncoreOrg’s new #Gen2Gen Cities report. encore.org/gen2gen-cities/

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Cities & counties across the country are using intergenerational strategies to strengthen communities, uplift youth, and combat social isolation. @EncoreOrg’s new #Gen2Gen Cities report is a #mustread for public sector leaders. encore.org/gen2gen-cities/

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“We don’t have all the financial resources we need to solve these problems — no city does. But we are rich in human resources.” Leaders like Mayor @sliccardo believe in intergenerational solutions. Find out why in @EncoreOrg’s new #Gen2Gen Cities report. encore.org/gen2gen-cities/

 

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These public sector leaders are increasing volunteerism, saving money, making better use of public spaces, strengthening communities, and improving outcomes for residents of all ages. Want to learn more about their intergenerational strategies? Read Encore.org’s new #Gen2Gen Cities report. encore.org/gen2gen-cities/

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Cities and counties across the country are using intergenerational strategies to strengthen communities, uplift youth, and combat social isolation. Check out Encore.org’s new #Gen2Gen Cities report for inspiring examples, tips and tools for public sector leaders. encore.org/gen2gen-cities/

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“We live in an incredibly wealthy community called Silicon Valley, but within that prosperity is real poverty, financial and otherwise…. We don’t have all the financial resources we need to solve these problems — no city does. But we are rich in human resources. Through Gen2Gen San Jose, we’re tapping our older neighbors’ time and talent to support preschoolers in family resource centers, to coach teens through first jobs, to help young adults take their first steps toward careers, even to make our city government work better.” — Sam Liccardo [TAG], Mayor of the City of San Jose

Learn why Mayor Liccardo and dozens of other public sector leaders are passionate about intergenerational solutions in Encore.org’s new #Gen2Gen Cities report. encore.org/gen2gen-cities/

 

e-newsletter

New Report: #Gen2Gen Cities
City and county leaders across the country are increasing volunteerism, making better use of public spaces, strengthening communities, saving money, and improving outcomes for residents of all ages. How? By leveraging the assets of residents and connecting the generations. For more about their intergenerational strategies, plus tools and tips to create your own, check out the new #Gen2Gen Cities report from Encore.org.

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