We each have a generational lens that informs who we are and how we see the world. During this intergenerational workshop, we will explore the differences in world views, motivations and work styles across the generations. We’ll also discuss ways that each generation can volunteer more effectively when together, and share examples of meaningful, intergenerational service opportunities.
The cost to attend is $10, which helps cover our brunch expenses. You can pay in advance using the online form or pay at the door. If cost is a barrier, please contact SAGE for special arrangements.
Space is limited, so register today. Thank you for your interest in this special event!
Special thanks to our guest speaker:
Jennifer Curry serves as a donor relations officer with The Oregon Community Foundation. In her work, Jennifer engages with a diverse group of donors, including families working across multiple generations. Her experience includes helping families develop mission statements for their giving, working with families to transfer funds to the second generation, supporting donors interested in initiating projects and helping connect donors and the organizations they care about to OCF. Jennifer was a cofounder, board member and actor with Liminal Performance Group, which worked in Portland for 10 years creating new theater performances in unusual spaces.
In addition to this event, SAGE regularly hosts events on a variety of topics to raise awareness about challenges faced by younger and future generations and strategies to make a difference.