Breaking news! SAGE's National Resource Center on LGBT Aging (NRC) has been chosen as one of the Top 5 Nominees in LGBTQ rights for the Annual CLASSY Awards. The Annual CLASSY Awards (The CLASSY's) are the largest social impact awards ceremony in the United States, highlighting the greatest champions of social progress. The CLASSY's nominees represent an elite pool of high impact organizations that are driving measurable social change around the world. They are selected through an intensive evaluation process and the winners are announced on May 3. Read more about all the nominees here and read what they have to say about SAGE.
"I am thrilled that the NRC is being recognized as a finalist nominee in the Annual CLASSY Awards," said Hilary Meyer, Director of National Programs at SAGE and head of the NRC. "We have always been proud of the strength of our program and being in this class of competition illustrates how far we've come in just four years."
SAGE’s National Resource Center on LGBT Aging provides training for service providers on how to provide culturally competent care to LGBT older adults; creates and synthesizes hundreds of articles, publications and multimedia pieces on its dynamic website; and provides technical assistance on issues related to LGBT aging. Since its inception in 2010, the Center has served thousands of providers, LGBT people and caregivers, been cited in numerous news outlets from NPR to the New York Times, and continues to show quantifiable results in changing the landscape of LGBT aging.