The Eisner Foundation funds EngAGE. The Eisner Foundation cares about children and low-income elders through donations, hoping to support their education and quality of life, and continue to give promise to the next generation.
Burbank, CA (Merxwire) – The Eisner Foundation funds EngAGE with two-year $ 300,000 program support to support intergenerational arts education and mentoring collaborations between affordable senior housing residents and schools in Southern California. Hope to improve the quality of life and learning of more than 800 children and 800 low-income elders.
The Eisner Foundation’s donations represent their support for the foundation, their solidarity with the foundation, and their continued commitment to generations in the Los Angeles area and beyond.
In response to the generous grant, EngAGE CEO/Founder Tim Carpenter commented, “We would like to thank the Eisner Foundation for their continued support for our intergenerational programs and look forward to two more years of our successful partnership together.”
The Eisner Foundation identifies, advocates for, and invests in high-quality and innovative programs that unite multiple generations for the enrichment of our communities.
EngAGE is a nonprofit that takes a whole-person approach to community and creative, healthy aging by providing arts, wellness, lifelong learning, community building and intergenerational programs to thousands of seniors and families living in affordable senior and multi-generational apartment communities in California, Oregon, and Minnesota.
More information please visit: https://engagedaging.org/
SOURCE EngAGE, Inc.
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