Learn more about hosting a watch party, and sign up to receive a guide.
First Book and Gen2Gen have partnered to provide you with this toolkit filled with practical ways to help you nurture literacy in your community.
Deliver books and other bedtime necessities to homeless children near you.
Contact your local library and find out how you can support early literacy efforts in your community.
Inspire others to help kids thrive by hosting a Gen2Gen circle!
Learn how with this handy guide!
Soak up some sun this summer by hosting an intergenerational walk. This toolkit provides step by step directions.
Follow any of these 12 simple ideas to ensure kids in your neighborhood have great places to play.
Browse stories from YouthBuild — a construction skills training program for low-income youth — then share it with your network to inspire more youth this summer.
Have the opportunity to bring on a summer intern at your office? Follow this list of tips for setting up an inclusive internship program.
Use this fun, hands-on activity guide with your grandchildren and their friends to get them excited about healthy eating and physical activity.
Urge your local member of Congress to visit a food bank this summer and see first hand the impact made for youth.
Browse Donor’s Choose to find a teacher or classroom in need of materials and support to get through the Summer.
Check out the “Black Excellence is Everywhere You Look Facilitator Guide” from SURJ Families; then try it out with your family, your child’s or grandchild’s school or any place else you can think of!
After All Our Kids (AOK) was featured in the New York Times, people across the country and the world wanted to know how they, too, could create something similar — check out our guide!
Organize an Intergenerational Day at your local library, park or community center, with games, food, stories and more!
Help kids with less celebrate a special birthday with Family to Family’s birthday in a box!
Learn your state’s regulations for voter registration — and set up a drive for new voters at your local high school, library or community center.
Know of a project or activity that adults 50+ can do on their own or bring to their community to connect older and younger generations in powerful ways? We are eager to spread the best intergenerational work happening across the country.SHARE WITH US