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Bridge Meadows of Portland, Oregon was honored with The Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence, a $100,000 prize that recognizes efforts to unite multiple generations – especially seniors and youth – and bring about positive, lasting changes in their communities.

Bridge Meadows winner of Eisner Prize

Bridge Meadows of Portland, Oregon was honored with The Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence, a $100,000 prize that recognizes efforts to unite multiple generations – especially seniors and youth – and bring about positive, lasting changes in their communities.

Newsweek article features GHDC and several sites

Abigail Jones interviewed people from several initiatives around the country that are all, in one way or another, taking an intergenerational community-based approach to addressing a range of vulnerabilities.

Bridge Meadows featured on PBS NewsHour

A PBS NewsHour segment features Bridge Meadows' innovative approach to affordable supportive housing, and describes the intergenerational relationships that form among residents who live there.

Bridging the Generations

See us in the Fall issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review in a "What Works" column entitled, Bridging the Generations. Greg Beato describes the work of GHDC and highlights Bridge Meadows in Portland Oregon.

Bridge Meadows finalist for Eisner Prize

Bridge Meadows has been chosen as one of five finalists for the Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence.

Multigenerational communities sprout to aid vulnerable people

GHDC's work was featured in an article in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, which highlights several communities currently in operation or in active development.

Bridge Meadows receives NAHB Housing Award

The National Association of Home Builders honored Bridge Meadows with a Silver award for Best Assisted Living/Special Needs in their 2012 Best of 50+ Housing Awards.

Bridge Meadows

Bridge Meadows was developed to support foster-to-adopt and kinship families. It recently celebrated its one year anniversary and is at full capacity with children, families, and seniors.