Awarded Grants

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  • Awarded January 25, 2016

    Elder Health Coalition Infrastructure Support

    University of New Hampshire

    The UNH Center on Aging and Community Living (CACL) will provide core infrastructure support to the Elder Health Coalition by convening the multi-sector stakeholder group; facilitating action groups focused on action plan priorities; developing and beginning to implement a communication strategy; and engaging the involvement of consumer stakeholders.
    Amount Awarded: $125,000
  • Awarded November 16, 2015

    Collective Impact for Elder Health - Action Plan Development

    University of New Hampshire

    To support technical assistance and participation of community leaders of color during the development of a set of priorities for advancing a collective impact approach to healthy aging in NH.
    Amount Awarded: $1,000
  • Awarded November 16, 2015

    Grantmakers in Aging Membership

    Grantmakers in Aging

    To expand the Endowment for Health
    Amount Awarded: $700
  • Awarded June 15, 2015

    Collective Impact for Elder Health - Action Plan Development

    University of New Hampshire

    To develop a set of priorities for advancing a collective impact approach to healthy aging in New Hampshire by engaging diverse stakeholders in an action planning process for each of the six domains of an Elder Friendly Community.
    Amount Awarded: $35,460
  • Awarded January 26, 2015

    The Economic Impact of an Aging New Hampshire

    New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies

    To educate New Hampshire’s policy makers, business leaders, legislators and funders with information about the economic impacts of aging and support informed policy making and other decision making to address the challenges and opportunities of an aging population by conducting a comprehensive study of current literature and demographic, economic, and workforce data.
    Amount Awarded: $70,722
  • Awarded January 26, 2015

    Environmental Scan of Elder Health Priority Area Domains

    University of New Hampshire

    To complete an environmental scan of the six domain areas of an elder friendly community by conducting a literature search, key informant interviews or focus groups; and analysis of findings to summarized in a final report.
    Amount Awarded: $15,254
  • Awarded January 26, 2015

    Creating Shared Identity and Building the Knowledge Base in the Field of Elder Health

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To continue to develop shared identity among stakeholders and strengthen knowledge within the field of elders by convening stakeholders for planning, training and consensus building.
    Amount Awarded: $14,500
  • Awarded January 26, 2015

    Tri-State Learning Collaborative on Aging

    Maine Association of Area Agencies on Aging

    To advance a regional approach to addressing the challenges and opportunities presented by an aging Northern New England by providing learning opportunities, facilitating opportunities for networking and encouraging cross-sector collaboration among municipal, policy, advocacy and business leaders working across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
    Amount Awarded: $60,428
  • Awarded January 26, 2015

    Reframing the Public Conversation about Aging: Determining What Works

    Grantmakers in Aging

    To advance an updated and more accurate narrative about what it means to age well by engaging cognitive scientists and social anthropologists to conduct empirical research and develop a master frame for talking about aging in a more positive way.
    Amount Awarded: $25,000
  • Awarded November 17, 2014

    Leveraging Resources for Elder Health

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To strengthen the field of elder health by strategically supporting technical assistance to leverage funding from federal sources and national or regional funders.
    Amount Awarded: $20,000
  • Awarded September 8, 2014

    Creating Shared Identity and Building the Knowledge Base in the Field of Elder Health

    Health Strategies of New Hampshire

    To continue to create a shared identity among stakeholders and strengthen the knowledge base within the field of elders in NH by funding:
    • Convening and facilitation of key stakeholders
    • Technical assistance from experts in the field of aging and elder health
    • A Tri-State Roundtable on Aging (NH, ME, VT) for the sharing of innovations and emerging solutions to create more age-friendly communities

    Amount Awarded: $40,975