Did you Miss the 2020 SAGE Awards?
You Can Still Participate – Watch Below!
Interested in making a gift in honor of Jay Bloom or Bridge Meadows? CLICK HERE
About the Event:
We are thrilled to celebrate their work in promoting inter-generational relationships and building communities in which all generations are valued.
Get ready for an inspiring evening of stories, music and friendship in which we all leave motivated to “plant trees” for a better future. For fun, you can watch this personal invitation to the event from SAGE’s Board President, Ward Greene, serving up chocolate cake!
Questions? Please email Shanna Pittman-Frank or call 971.717.6570.
Honorary Event Chairs
Mayor Ted Wheeler & Judith Ramaley, PSU President Emerita
Host Committee Chairs
El Broussard, Sho Dozono, Ward Greene, Kathleen Sullivan
Al and Nancy Jubitz
Host Committee Members
Keren Brown Wilson
SAGE inspires adults to invest in their communities and world so that future generations can thrive.
SAGE champions, strengthens and celebrates the value of inter-generational work and communities.
In our view, every adult is an asset regardless of age and has gifts – time, voice or money – to foster change in which younger people have economic opportunity, a healthy environment and quality education.
SAGE promotes volunteerism through community conversations, leadership development and grassroots teams that provide older adults with meaning and supports causes and programs that are vital to the needs of children, youth, and future generations.
Family Legacy & Intergenerational Connections in Action:
Click Here to See Gram Rollason’s Chocolate Cake Recipe!