Supporters

Archstone Foundation

Archstone Foundation

Archstone Foundation provided essential funding for the planning, design, and launch phases of our statewide coalition. It is one of few foundations focused on preparing society for meeting the needs of an aging population. They invested in the Village model from 2010 to 2020.

Carestar Foundation

The Carestar Foundation strengthens connections and fosters partnerships in California’s injury prevention, emergency response and trauma care landscape to improve outcomes for all Californians. Carestar Foundation funding supports our long-term sustainability planning.

Joseph and Vera Long Foundation

The Joseph & Vera Long Foundation supports strategies to build social connections for older adults, reduce social isolation, and improve quality of life of vulnerable elders. Long Foundation funding supports the development of a video and photography library and social media campaign to connect older adults to California’s 37 villages.

SAGECare

SAGECare is a program of SAGE, the nation’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to LGBT elders. SAGECare provides cultural competency training to help organizations provide more welcoming care to LGBT older adults. Village Movement California has achieved platinum status through SAGECare’s training program.

Sistahs Aging with Grace and Elegance

Sistahs Aging with Grace and Elegance empowers and supports African American women with tools and resources they need to implement a plan of action that enhances their quality of life into their senior years.

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Village to Village Network

The Village to Village Network is the national organization that collaborates to maximize the growth, impact and sustainability of individual Villages and the Village Movement. The Network provides expert guidance, resources and support to help communities establish and maintain their Villages.

Able Access Home Modifications

Able Access Home Modifications is a certified aging in place specialist. They are a Community Partner.

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ChaiVillageLA

ChaiVillageLA is the first synagogue-based village in the country, a bold partnership of two cutting-edge Reform synagogues — Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills and Temple Isaiah — to challenge their congregants to rethink their paradigms of aging and use their accumulated experience, talents, wisdom and creativity to build a community of mutual respect, support, caring and concern. In ChaiVillageLA there is no distinction between members and volunteers. Rather, all members are expected to contribute approximately four hours per month to the health and vitality of the community. Service can be in a variety of forms, including serving on a committee, working in the office, organizing an interest group or program, or providing assistance to a fellow member.