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Community Investing Focus Areas
January 7th Webinar: Community Investing
The Foundation will host a webinar to answer questions about our new focus areas and help guide interested nonprofits through our streamlined application process. We will place more emphasis on our Systems and Best Practices cycle as well as our President's Leadership Fund in preparation for our January 20, 2015 deadline for Letters of Intent in these areas.

Wed., January 7, 2015
12-1 pm

Click here to register by Monday, January 5. 

Save the Date!
The Foundation will host a summit on Age-friendly Communities.

The Westin Waltham Boston

Wed., March 18, 2015
Registration opens at 1 pm
Summit: 2 to 5 pm
Reception following

Stay tuned for more information. 

December 2014
New Foundation Focus Areas, New Website   
Thanks to the more than 200 of you who attended our information sessions on November 3 to learn about our new focus areas for community investing. Our new website is now live so that you can read more about our focus on building age-friendly communities and our hope for collaborative proposals that address systems and policy change in our most vulnerable communities. Visit us online at

Apply Now for Our First Cycle of Community Investing
The Foundation is accepting Letters of Intent for our Systems and Best Practices cycle of community investments. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 4 p.m. EST. Grants will run from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.

With our new focus, the Foundation is looking for ideas that will move communities toward accomplishing the World Health Organization's standards for Age-friendly Communities. Specifically in the area of Systems and Best Practices, the Foundation will fund activities in Health and Wellness,  Workforce Development,  Purposeful Engagement, and Field and Capacity Building.

We will also accept applications for a new area of community investing, the Foundation President's Leadership Fund, which is designed to support community leaders in their work with multiple stakeholders toward a common community goal.

For more information about this cycle of community investing, see our press release or Apply Now. Please also join us for a webinar on Wednesday, January 7 when we'll answer questions about our new focus areas. Register now.
Older Driver Safety Awareness Week
The first week of December marked Older Driver Safety Awareness Week. In our latest video, executive directors of Ethos and ITNGreaterBoston join us in talking about how essential transportation is to the quality of life of older adults. Visit our website to watch more in our series of Healthy Aging videos.

Why Transportation is Important for Older Adults
Why Transportation is Important for Older Adults
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