We’ve changed our name from Encore.org to CoGenerate! Join us at cogenerate.org to bridge generational divides and co-create the future.

We’ve changed our name from Encore.org to CoGenerate! Join us at cogenerate.org to bridge generational divides and co-create the future.

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Why invest in connecting the generations?

Why invest in connecting the generations?

For those who offer funding and those who seek it, a new paper commissioned by Encore.org and written by business journalist Sarah Murray makes the case for intergenerational solutions. In this blog post, Sarah explains what she uncovered in her research.As a...

Meeting the Multigenerational Moment

Meeting the Multigenerational Moment

An exciting, 13-part essay series from the Stanford Social Innovation Review, in partnership with Encore.org and The Eisner Foundation, starts now. Photo credit: Gracia Lam “Brilliant inventors and good intentions created one age-segregated institution after...

“We’re Both There for Companionship”

“We’re Both There for Companionship”

Lori’s Hands connects college students with mostly older people living with chronic illness, helping ease loneliness for both groups while building bridges across generational, racial and cultural divides.It’s a Sunday night and we’re gathered to prepare and eat...

The Encore Intergenerational Vaccine Corps

The Encore Intergenerational Vaccine Corps

Encore.org is mobilizing retired medical professionals — and volunteers of all ages working alongside them — to help vaccinate 300,000 people in the San Francisco Bay Area who need it most. We’re working with nine Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that serve...

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