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Getting on Board with Boomers

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Chronicle of Philanthropy |

A handful of grant makers hope their efforts will spur more support of programs to engage older adults By Michael Anft Excerpt: One of the the largest grant makers, Atlantic Philanthropies, is pouring a big share of its assets into efforts to help nonprofit groups put retired people and other older Americans to work on social causes. And as the first members of the baby-boom generation reach 60 in January, interest is building. For full text (subscribers only):

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