Cultivate has received funding from NextFifty Initiative, a Colorado-based foundation that supports efforts to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers. This funding will allow Cultivate to advance its effort to support those 50 and older in Broomfield and Boulder Counties.
“We’re committed to continuing to meeting the unique and varied needs of older adults in our area, financial support is critical for Cultivate to continue to provide our unique programs such as grocery shopping and delivery; medical transportation for older adult Veterans and their 60+ family members; minor home repairs; yard clean up and snow removal” said Chrysti Britt, Executive Director of Cultivate. “This investment from NextFifty Initiative will allow us to continue to recruit more amazing volunteers to add to our cadre of 900+ generous community members who donate their time to help our clients.”
“We’re grateful for the work that Cultivate is doing to improve quality of life for people aged 50 and older,” said Diana McFail, president and CEO of NextFifty Initiative. “Older adults are vital to building and maintaining strong and healthy communities. We’re proud to support this and other efforts to help people age with dignity and purpose.”
About NextFifty Initiative
NextFifty Initiative is a Colorado-based, private foundation supporting efforts to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers. The foundation works with community leaders, experts in the field of aging, and front-line professionals to support programs and projects that positively impact aging and longevity. They focus on education, sharing best practices, and supporting innovation that will transform aging for generations to come. To learn more, visit www.Next50Initiative.org.
Help seniors flourish by reconnecting them—as recipients and contributors—with their surrounding communities.