To cultivate the potential of intentional intergenerational community living to help vulnerable people build better futures.
Generations of Hope offers consulting and technical services to help organizations conceptualize, plan, and expedite the creation of new intergenerational communities based on the “intentional neighboring” model. More specifically, we provide:
- technical assistance and consulting to initiatives that wish to adapt our model of intentional neighboring and purposeful intergenerational community living,
- coordination to support collaborative interaction among site leaders and partners,
- thought leadership to guide and support the expansion of the concept of intentional neighboring in addressing the challenges facing vulnerable people.
We do this work primarily through one-on-one consultations and workshops; ongoing research and publications including white papers, journal articles, blogs, guidelines; and the building of strategic partnerships.
Generations of Hope and its forme President and Executive Director, Dr. Brenda Krause Eheart, have received numerous national awards including the Heinz Award in the Human Condition and the AARP 2010 Inspire Award.
Generations of Hope was formed in 2006 as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, with support from The W. K. Kellogg Foundation, to accelerate the nationwide development of neighborhoods based on our core model.
The Board of Directors supports us in our quest to promote the ideals behind intentional intergenerational living on the national landscape.