Intergenerational programs are offered in many different forms and communities throughout the world. Below are a number of websites that provide information on the value of intergenerational programs as well as organizations that assist families and seniors.


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada
Canadian Council on Social Development
Government of Canada: Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Institute of Aging
Inspired Senior Living Magazine

British Columbia:
Abbotsford Association for Healthy Aging
British Columbia Council for Families
Burnaby Family Life
Burnaby Neighbourhood House
Burnaby Seniors Outreach Services Society
Burnaby Seniors’ Resources Society
Chilliwack and District Seniors’ Resources Society
City of Burnaby: Citizens Support Services
i2i Intergenerational Society
Seniors Services Society
Silver Harbour Seniors’ Activity Centre
South Granville Seniors Centre
University of Victoria: Institute on Aging and Life Long Health
Vancouver Seniors Advisory Committee
Vancouver Seniors Service Providers
West End Seniors’ Network
Zajac Foundation

Calgary Seniors’ Resource Society: Cheer Mail Program
Camrose and District Support Services
Family and Community Support Service Association of Alberta
Family Services of Central Alberta
Government of Alberta: Human Services: Kinship Care Program
Linking Generations
Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton
Uncles and Aunts at Large

Seniors and Kids Intergenerational Programs
The Health Line Information Network
Western University: Canadian Centre for Activity and Aging

United States of America

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Central Michigan University: Adopt-A-Grandparent Program
Corporation for National and Community Service: Foster Grandparents Program
Elder Web
Generations United
New Jersey Department of State: Corporation for National and Community Service
New Jersey Foster Grandparent Program
Road Scholar
University of Pittsburgh: Generations Together 


Beth Johnson Foundation
Proud Grandparents