Reciprocity through Engagement in Intergenerational Housing

This Alliance for Strong Families and Communities member profile showcases the power of authentic engagement—approaches that support families and communities in developing and applying their strengths and gifts to achieve their goals.

Bridge Meadows in Portland, Oregon, is an intentional multi-generational housing community that is home to three generations of residents—former foster youth, adoptive parents, and elders. Through its multi-systems approach, this model integrates child welfare, foster care, affordable housing, and elder services solutions to create deep, sustained impact in the lives of residents. … more

Advancing Equity Through Access to Quality, Affordable Housing

This Alliance for Strong Families and Communities member profile showcases the power of authentic engagement—approaches that support families and communities in developing and applying their strengths and gifts to achieve their goals.

The Rockford Housing Authority (RHA), through restructuring and reorientation including the creation of its nonprofit subsidiary Bridge Rockford Alliance, has set out to provide more than just housing. It operates with the belief that housing as a pathway to increased stability, well-being, and community engagement. … more

Peter B. Goldberg Aramark Building Community Executive Leadership Award

The Peter B. Goldberg Aramark Building Community Executive Leadership Award honors one exceptional chief executive who represents community centers or leads neighborhood-based strategies that improve the health and well-being of families and communities.

Sponsored by Aramark, in partnership with the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, the award includes a $40,000 contribution from Aramark to the award winner’s community impact efforts.

An ideal candidate is: … more

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