NEWS FROM THE NETWORK
2016 was a year of growth and innovation for the Network and the encore movement, starting with a record number of Network leaders at Encore2016 and closing with a plan to launch our new membership.
Almost 80 people signed up for this February 22 Encore Network event, featuring Paul Irving, Chairman of the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging and Jan Hively, co-founder of the Pass it on Network.
A pioneer in healthy aging, Oasis promotes lifelong learning, active lifestyles and volunteer engagement for adults age 50 and over.
NEWS FROM THE ENCORE MOVEMENT
The Encore Boston Network put its networking know-how to work to develop and launch a new campaign for Greater Boston to partner with youth organizations to place adults 50+ in paid and volunteer roles that serve young people.
Mobilizing 1 million people over 50 to help young people thrive, Encore.org launches a new five-year campaign – Generation to Generation – to unite all ages to create a better future.
The American public values the interdependence of younger and older generations, according to findings from “Generation ‘War’? Survey Finds Few Takers,” a new national survey on intergenerational relationships by Paul Taylor and Scott Keeter.