Tim Carpenter will be a panelist and trainer for an Eisner Foundation Intergenerational event on 11/18.


NEA Chairman Jane Chu visit to NoHO SAC!  


Tim Carpenter was interviewed for The Chronicle of Philanthropy.


Experience Talks airs on Sundays at 5 PM PT on KPFK! Click here to see who's on this week.

Welcome to EngAGE!

the art of active aging

It is our vision to make aging a beginning by providing life-enhancing programs to low-income seniors living in affordable apartment communities to give them the opportunity to continue to grow intellectually, creatively and emotionally.

EngAGE programs are provided onsite at senior apartment communities, are open to seniors from the surrounding community as long as there is room in the class, and are delivered at no cost to seniors. We offer:

    •  Writing and Performing Plays
    •  Chorus
    •  Gardening and Cooking
    •  Claymation
    •  Graphic Novels
    •  Mentoring School Kids
    •  Sculpting and Clay Work
    •  Poetry and Spoken Word
    •  Painting
    •  Storytelling for Radio
    •  Distributing Free Food
    •  Learning Language
    •  Art Shows
    •  Dance Classes
    •  Strength Training
    •  Embracing Social Media
    •  Celebrations



EngAGE is a member of The Annenberg Foundation Alchemy Program.

Enjoy these photos from many of the communities EngAGE serves:

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