Older Adults

Older adults are beloved members of families and communities and offer valuable life experience.

Communities that support, respect, and integrate older adults reap social and economic rewards that benefit people of all ages.



Access to programs and services that allow older adults to age in place, such as practical supports, friendly visiting, and access to community services.

Access to family caregiver supports, such as home and respite care, support groups, and social connection.

Access to programs that support a sense of inclusion and belonging, such as community connectedness, civic engagement, and creative aging.



Support for the Network of Nonprofits Serving Seniors strengthens volunteer-driven organizations and identifies opportunities for program expansion.

Grant support for Duet: Partners in Health & Aging established online training and supports for family caregivers and expanded access to hyper-local peer support groups.

Grant support for FSL (Foundation for Senior Living) expanded access to its northwest valley adult day health center and improved the quality of daily life at the center.

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See all of the Trust’s grants in support of Older Adults.