The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation programme, IntergenerationALL, is one of thirteen winners of the first Awards for All Ages run by United for All Ages, a social enterprise that aims to build a stronger Britain by bringing younger and older people together through shared sites, shared caring and shared interests.
IntergenerationALL is a transnational programme designed to help projects plan, test and implement innovative ideas for intergenerational practice. The programme aims to create a user-based assessment of the value of a range of intergenerational schemes and employs an innovative and involving design process which places beneficiaries at the heart of project activities.
We would like to say a special thank you to thinkpublic and the Beth Johnson Foundation for their continued support and inspiration in creating an innovative, engaging programme, to Susan Langford (pictured) for nominating the Foundation, and most importantly to all our wonderful IntergenerationAll projects without whom the initiative would not exist!
For more information on IntergenerationALL visit: http://intergenerationall.org/
Photo: (from left to right) Fi Glover, Denise Burke, Susan Langford, Annabel Knight and Baroness Sally Greengross OBE.
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