Announcing Updated Program Priorities

The Sephardic Foundation on Aging is proud to announce its updated funding priorities. Guided by the opportunities and challenges we experienced as a community nursing home, these priorities focus our grantmaking efforts while ensuring we make an influential impact on the lives of Jewish older people around the world.

Our Program Priorities

Holocaust Survivors

Ensure survivors receive the social, financial, and mental health support they need to live out their lives with dignity. Learn more here.

Community Connections

Reduce loneliness and improve cognitive and physical wellbeing for older people through hands-on, interactive learning and programs that provide essential services while maintaining community connections. Learn more here.

Dementia Care

Support and build empathy for people with dementia and their caretakers, and advance programs that encourage wellbeing and connections to their community. Learn more here.

Capital Improvements

Expand high-quality care by funding construction, renovations, and major equipment purchases of nursing facilities. Learn more here.

Intergenerational Programming

Help provide opportunities for older and younger people to build meaningful relationships and learn from each other. Learn more here.

Looking Ahead

We’re hopeful that these new priority areas will advance us closer to our vision of a world in which everyone has access to the care and support they need to thrive as they get older.

If your organization works in one of these areas, you can learn more about our grantmaking process here.

Posted March 12, 2020