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Episode 9: Trent Stamp on The Eisner Foundation and What Makes An Intergenerational Program Successful

Episode 9: Trent Stamp on The Eisner Foundation and What Makes An Intergenerational Program Successful

Update: 2019-10-31
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The Eisner Foundation -- started in 1996 by Michael D. Eisner, then-Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company, and his wife, Jane -- gives an estimated $7 million per year to nonprofit organizations based in Los Angeles County. In 2015, The Foundation became the only U.S. funder investing exclusively in intergenerational solutions.

The Eisner Foundation's CEO Trent Stamp discusses the motivation behind The Foundation's funding priorities, what they look for in a site visit, highlights from the Capitol Hill Release of our report, The Best of Both Worlds: A Closer Look at Creating Spaces that Connect Young and Old, and more!



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Episode 9: Trent Stamp on The Eisner Foundation and What Makes An Intergenerational Program Successful

Episode 9: Trent Stamp on The Eisner Foundation and What Makes An Intergenerational Program Successful

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