Intentional neighboring model featured on NPR’s Morning Edition

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Intentional neighboring model featured on NPR’s Morning Edition

NPR Senior Correspondent Ina Jaffee recently researched and reported a story focusing on the origin of the intentional neighboring model at Hope Meadows and its most recent adaptation at Genesis in Washington, DC.

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.

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.

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.

A model integrated community

This article from The Chicago Reader explores the inherent diversity found at Hope Meadows and addresses GHDC’s work to spread the model nationwide.

Read the original article by Steve Bogira on the Chicago Reader website.

A well-crafted ‘elevator speech’…

GHDC is featured in the March 18, 2011 issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy, highlighting the persuasive power of Brenda Eheart's "elevator speech" about GHDC's mission and purpose.

Strong Communities Competition Finalist

Generations of Hope Development Corporation was a finalist in the 2010 Community Matters and Ashoka's Changemaker's Competition, "Strong Communities: Engaging Citizens, Strengthening Place, Inspiring Change".