Generations Aging with Pride


Generations Aging with Pride empowers older LGBTQ adults to live with pride and dignity by promoting, connecting and developing innovative programs and services that enhance belonging and support, eliminate discrimination, and honor the lives of older members of our community.


Generations Aging with Pride, a nonprofit organization, is offering important new opportunities to develop and test multigenerational solutions to the challenges facing LGBTQ midlife and older adults, building on the many strengths across the generations. Utilizing research findings from Caring and Aging with Pride and Aging with Pride, Generations Aging with Pride is assessing needs and designing trainings and services for LGBTQ people, their families and communities. The goal of this partnership is to develop and test the first evidence-based trainings for providers of care to LGBTQ older adults and their families. In addition, the organization is partnering with local organizations to create evidence-based cross generational support programming that will help reduce isolation of LGBTQ older adults and enhance their success as they age-in-community. This project is funded by the City of Seattle.

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Community Calendar

Have a community event or support group for LGBTQ elders that you would like posted on our Community Calendar? Please note that we update the calendar monthly:  to have your event posted in the following month, please send to us by the 15th of the preceding month. Contact us at or (206) 495-8312  


In 2017, we trained almost 300 aging, health, & human service providers!   What is different about our training? Unlike other LGBTQ cultural competency or humility trainings, our training is evidence-based with specific protocols that must be followed. The training is based upon the best science, review of the literature and trainings, and goes beyond mere information sharing. The Generations Aging with Pride (GAP) training uses […]


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Interested in Training? Volunteering? Becoming part of our Resource Directory?   Please contact us at (206) 393-3400 or  Or, come visit us at our new office space at the Broadway Market  401 Broadway E, Unit 223  Light Rail Capitol Hill Station is located 2 blocks south at Broadway and John Bus 49 stops in front of QFC; Capitol Hill Parking garage entrance from Republican St.  60 minutes free for […]