Array of older adults across ages and ethnicity

We're harnessing the transformative power of the internet to amplify the voices of older adults.

Data insights from our core initiatives help our partners deliver age-friendly programs and services that truly reflect the needs and wants of older adults.

Our Three Core Initiatives:

Age Friendly dot org home page

AgeFriendly.org

A Website Created For and With Older Adults

We created the non-profit, consumer website AgeFriendly.org to uplift all things age-friendly. User-generated peer ratings and reviews sites exist in many categories to promote authenticity, create trust and influence decisions. Finally, a comparable site exists for older adults at AgeFriendly.org

Certified Age Friendly EmployerTM

A Program that Recognizes Age-Friendly Workplaces

For fifteen years, our Certified Age Friendly Employer (CAFE) program has been the nation's leading initiative that recognizes organizations committed to being the best places to work for employees 50+. The program assists older job seekers by identifying age-friendly employers.

Certified Age Friendly Employer Seal
Age Friendly Ecosystem

The Age-Friendly Ecosystem

A Multi-Sector Initiative to Accelerate Age-Friendly Impact

Age-friendly practitioners are doing transformational work in cities and communities, universities, health care systems, the employment and public health sectors around the world. We are working with partners to develop shared language that describes what it means to be age-friendly in all settings and provides a framework for cross-sector collaborative action and measurable impact.

Together We Can Elevate All Things Age-Friendly

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Interested in Helping to Transform Aging?

We are working with practitioners and partners from age-friendly initiatives all over the world.

Recent News

Why Tim Driver, the founder of @AgeFriendlyOrg
is optimistic about overcoming #Agesim in the workplace, an important part of building an #AgeFriendly ecosystem https://www.nextavenue.org/age-friendly-institute-optimistic?utm_source=share&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=twitter_article_share @NextAvenue

Will ageism deny experienced workers job opportunities as the economy rebounds? That's the question troubling many of us — but there are reasons to be hopeful. @AgeFriendlyOrg, @cfarrellecon https://www.nextavenue.org/age-friendly-institute-optimistic/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=social

"We will be successful if we convince employers to hire older workers out of a competitive need." 👏 Thank you, @nextavenue for spotlight our CEO Tim Driver and the important work being done by us and the Age-Friendly Institute
https://www.nextavenue.org/age-friendly-institute-optimistic?utm_source=share&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=twitter_article_share

It's important to use credit cards wisely and try your best to only charge expenses that you can pay off by the time your bills come due. @theascentmoney https://www.fool.com/the-ascent/credit-cards/articles/should-retirees-use-credit-cards/?utm_term=social_share

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