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National Center For Creative Aging


: Children, Youth & Families


The Center is dedicated to fostering an understanding of the vital relationship between creative expression and healthy aging. It also seeks to develop programs that build on this understanding. The Center invites applicants from its membership to apply for its MetLife Foundation Creativity and Aging Technical Assistance Grants. The grants provide monetary support for members to develop an arts and aging program in three areas: lifelong learning, health and wellness, and community engagement. Grants will be awarded to enable organizations to host one of the MetLife Foundation Leadership Award Winners. The Winner will mentor senior staff and help train other staff, partnering organizations, and community members in developing an arts program in their setting. In addition, the $5,000 grant will support the production of a half-day best practices forum. Eligible applicants must be nonprofits, have an annual organizational budget of at least $150,000, and be a current member of the National Center for Creative Aging. Additional details as well as an application can be found on the Web site.

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