#Gen2Gen Cities report on intergenerational volunteering
Posted by Encore on April 28, 2020
City and county leaders across the country are increasing volunteerism, making better use of public spaces, strengthening communities, saving money, and improving outcomes for residents of all ages. But how? By leveraging the assets of residents and connecting the generations!
For more about these intergenerational strategies, plus tools and tips to create your own, check out the new #Gen2Gen Cities report from our friends at Encore.org.
Read the report here: https://encore.org/gen2gen-cities/
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