THANK YOU! We sincerely appreciate the generosity of our GiveBIG donors who gave from their hearts last Wednesday and raised $27,829 for aging adults and adults with disabilities in King County!
These donors allow our organization to ensure older adults have access to essential basic services so that they can lead their best lives. They say it takes a village and we are deeply honored to those who were motivated to GiveBIG.
There’s still time to donate if you did not have an opportunity to give on May 8th. We are excited to announce an expanded giving drive in honor of Older Americans’ Month for the ENTIRE MONTH of May! Nearly 60,000 aging adults and their caregivers that we support are counting on us and we cannot do this alone.
We greatly value your input and would love to learn about who inspires
you. Visit inspire-award.org for more info and to nominate a deserving older adult.
Who is eligible for this award?
King County residents aged 60 years or older.
Three Ways to Nominate:
- Submit an online nomination.
- Visit www.inspire-award.org to download a form and email your completed application to IPAA@soundgenerations.org.
- Or, complete the nomination form and mail it to Sound Generations 2208 2nd Ave, Seattle WA 98121.
When is the nomination deadline?
May 7, 2019
What are the Award Categories?
Advocacy + Activism, Community Service, Health + Wellness,
Intergenerational Impact, Lifelong Learning, Defining Inspiration
All Nominees Receive:
Complimentary entry for themselves and a guest to the Inspire Positive Aging Awards Luncheon on June 26, 2019 at The Bellevue Hilton.*
*You may nominate a couple or group, but they will be recognized as a single Award Recipient and may receive up to three complimentary admissions.
All Award Recipients Receive:
An Award Plaque – $200 Visa Gift Card – Recognition in press materials
(Those who nominate an Award Recipient receive a $50 Gift Card)
Call 206.727.6261 or email Brittanybl@soundgenerations.org.
We THANK YOU for your support and love of older adults.
Because of your investments, older adults are supported and included in a caring community of connections and accessible services.
P.S. – Check out sweet #handmade cards crafted for our Meals On Wheels participants. What a way to make our clients feel special today! Thanks to the volunteers & UW Alpha Gamma Delta.
Sound Generations and our Community Partner Sites are closed on Monday, January 21 as we pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
There is still a long road ahead to achieve his dream of equity and justice for all.
• King County’s growth between 1990-2010 have mainly been from people of color.
• By 2025, one in four older adults in our region will be age 65 or older.
Now, more than ever, aging seniors’ voices are critically needed in discussions regarding equity and inclusion.
Here are several MLK events in our area: