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26 Jun

The Brookdale Foundation Supports Dementia-Specific Programs that Improve the Lives of Senior Citizens

  Grant Amount: Grants of up to $10,000 are available for the first year of the program. Recipients may be eligible for a $5,000 renewal for the second year of the program. Organizations must provide a 100% match of hard dollars and/or substantive in-kind support.


The Brookdale Foundation announces funding available through the Brookdale National Group Respite Program for dementia-specific programs that improve the lives of senior citizens. Grants will be awarded to day programs for people affected by Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-related disorders. In order to be considered, programs must have a regularly scheduled social model day program and provide a minimum of one four-hour session per week. Services must also be made available to family caregivers and care partners, either through the applicant organization or in cooperation with other community agencies. Services may include individual caregiver consultation and support, caregiver support groups, caregiver education and training, or information and referral to appropriate health and social services.


Eligible applicants are limited to nonprofit organizations with a tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or public agencies as defined under Section 509(a). Funds cannot be used to develop or expand an overnight or in-home respite program, or for building, renovation or capital improvements. Programs intended for mixed populations will not be considered.


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