Make Green House homes an option in every community
“Our society needs a hundred thousand Green House [homes], intentional communities within which the gifts of elderhood can be given and received.” – Dr. Bill Thomas, What Are Old People For?
A number of resources are available to help raise awareness of culture change and make Green House homes an option in every community.
- Social Impact Exchange: The Green House Project was selected through a rigorous screening process, as one of the the 100 nonprofits to be made available to donors on the social impact exchange website. This website makes it easy for donors to support the high performing non-profits that they care the most about.
About the Social Impact Exchange
The Social Impact Exchange is a national membership association dedicated to building a capital marketplace that scales high-impact social solutions to improve the lives of millions. The Exchange creates the conditions for breakthroughs to go big in order to deliver impact where it is needed most. Together, Exchange members are making it easier for philanthropic giving to achieve major positive change by supporting strategies that improve lives and change systems. By creating standards to evaluate impact, identifying and tracking highly effective nonprofits, and fostering significant collaborative funding to scale up top social interventions, the Exchange helps foundations, donors, business, and government increase the power of giving to achieve greater social good. To learn more, visit the Social Impact Exchange Website
- Additional Resources
- The Green House Interactive brochure (or search “GHP” to get our App for iPad)
- Join the culture change conversation through The Green House Blog, Changing Aging, The Pioneer Network, and The Green House Project Facebook Page