Intergenerational shared sites have been structured to simultaneously serve the needs of multiple generations. They offer a tremendous opportunity for people of all ages and for the communities in which they operate. They provide supports to families as they address dependent care needs across the age span. They help young and old feel connected and fulfilled as they contribute to another generation. And they make sense to donors who want to invest their resources to better meet the needs of multiple generations rather than a single, age-segregated group.


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