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Collaboration results in strength and synergy. The Legacy Project is a grassroots social project. Our community partners include the United Way and the nonprofit Generations United, based in Washington, DC. Corporate partners include Lenovo and Expressions of Time. Create, Connect, Change with the Legacy Project at www.legacyproject.org.

Generations United

GENERATIONS UNITED A community partner of the Legacy Project. A national organization promoting intergenerational strategies, programs, and policies. It represents more than 100 national, state, and local organizations representing more than 70 million Americans and is the only national organization advocating for the mutual well-being of children, youth, and older adults. GU provides a forum for those working with children, youth, and older adults to explore areas of common ground while celebrating the richness of each generation. Find out more about Generations United.

Toronto Intergenerational Partnerships

TORONTO INTERGENERATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
A community partner of the Legacy Project and the Toronto-based Legacy Center. A non-profit organization with over 25 years experience working in partnership with educators, organizations serving seniors, grassroots seniors groups, volunteers of all ages, and community stakeholders. TIGP engages the participation of people of all ages, backgrounds, and experiences in a variety of intergenerational activities. Local programs create opportunities to decrease social isolation through the development of meaningful cross-generational relationships that extend beyond family and friends. Find out more about Toronto Intergenerational Partnerships.

United Way York Region

UNITED WAY
United Way is a registered charity uniting people and resources to improve our communities. It works to meet urgent human needs and improve social conditions by mobilizing community volunteer and financial resources in a common cause of caring. United Way York Region is pioneering a new model of caring. As their mission evolved, they learned they had to go beyond immediate needs and focus attention on the underlying, root causes of social issues. Research has shown that to address the root causes, funders must extend a traditional role of funding programs and invest in new solutions to our most urgent issues. In addition to the Community Fund, United Way York Region has launched Strength Investments as part of the new Community Investment Model. Find out more about United Way York Region.

Lenovo

LENOVO A prize sponsor. The Legacy Project's annual
Listen to a Life Essay Contest features a Grand Prize that includes a Lenovo ThinkCentre M93z All-In-One computer.
The ThinkCentre M93z integrates the monitor with the central unit, resulting in a smaller PC footprint and less cable clutter. It packs the full performance of a traditional desktop into a slick 23-inch display. The ThinkCentre M93z comes with an Intel® Core processor, Windows, minimum 2 GB memory, minimum 320 GB harddrive, and a DVD-CD combo drive. Lenovo also offers a variety of other quality notebook and desktop computer systems. Special pricing available for schools. Find out more about products and special pricing from Lenovo.

Expressions of Time

EXPRESSIONS OF TIME A prize sponsor. Expressions of Time offers a vast selection of home decor clocks,
gift and collectable clocks, Howard Miller furnishings and curio display cabinets. They also offer a wide range of home accessories, including lamps, mirrors, wall d├ęcor and accent furniture. For complete product selection, visit www.clockshops.com.

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