September 14, 2015
|WHAT:||The Future of Age-Friendly Communities with Larry Weinstein – The San Diego Foundation Center for Civic Engagement hosts the sixth conversation in the Future40 event series. The Future of Age-Friendly Communities, hosted in partnership with the UCSD Stein Institute for Research on Aging, will feature AARP National Housing Consultant Larry Weinstein and look at how we build our homes, public spaces and transit systems to prepare for a growing population of adults over 65.|
|WHO:||Larry Weinstein is a National Housing Consultant for AARP and a 40-year veteran architect, developer and space planner for residential and commercial buildings across the U.S. He founded Shared Solutions America, a nonprofit organization that offers education, technology, and funding alternatives for seniors and people of all ages with disabilities. Weinstein also developed the successful AARP National Event’s: Homes, Gardens, and Outdoor Living Pavilion.|
|WHERE:||MET Building Auditorium
UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Dr.
San Diego, CA 92092
|WHEN:||Wednesday, September 16, 5:30pm – 7:00pm
The event is free and open to the public. Space is limited. RSVP at email@example.com.
|WHY:||For four decades, The San Diego Foundation has grown a more vibrant region by supporting ideas, as well as the individuals who conceive them and institutions that propel them.
Future40 is a series of public events that continues this legacy by engaging leading thinkers to raise provocative questions, highlight new possibilities, and challenge our assumptions about the future of San Diego.
The Future40 series marks the 40th anniversary of The Foundation, and extends the conversation through 2015 to help us explore the possibilities for our region. Future40 engages a wide cross-section of San Diegans, including thought leaders, scholars, and champions of change, who will raise important questions, discuss changing constructs, and identify emerging opportunities — and through these exchanges, shape a more equitable future for all.
About The San Diego Foundation
Celebrating 40 years of philanthropic leadership (1975-2015), The San Diego Foundation’s purpose is to promote and increase effective and responsible charitable giving to grow a vibrant region. The Foundation manages more than $686 million in assets, more than half of which reside in permanent endowment funds that extend the impact of today’s gifts to future generations. Since its inception, The Foundation has granted more than $930 million to the San Diego region’s nonprofit community. Join us as we look ahead to the next 40 years with the Future40 event series and Fund for the Future. For more information, visit The San Diego Foundation’s website, SDF News blog, Facebook and Twitter pages.