NextFifty Initiative awards $30K grant to Summit County Community & Senior Center

The NextFifty Initiative, which aims to improve the quality of life in older adults, announced $120,642 in grants to five organizations in central Colorado. One of those is the Summit County Community & Senior Center, which received a $30,000 grant.

The organizations that received funds serve older adults in a variety of categories including caregiver support, community life, elder justice, health, housing, social services, transportation, and workforce and employment.

According to the release, the senior center serves 1,500 older adults, and the grant will support medical transportation, bilingual caregiver support groups and a meal delivery program.

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