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October 30, 2018
AARP Announces 2018 AARP Purpose Prize Winners;
Five $60K Awards Will Be Presented at Dec. 5 Gala in D.C.
WASHINGTON, DC—AARP today announced the five winners of the 2018 AARP® Purpose Prize® award which recognizes outstanding work by people age 50 and over that is focused on advancing social good. In recognition of their outstanding work, each winner will receive a $60,000 award from AARP at the AARP Purpose Prize Award Gala, to be held in Washington D.C. December 5, featuring a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Concurrently, AARP announced 10 AARP Purpose Prize Fellows who will be also honored at the Washington gala for the community-focused work of the organizations they each lead. Each will receive a $5,000 award.
“In just about every community in the country there are older adults who find unique ways to address tough social challenges and help others and we are proud to highlight some of the very best examples of this phenomenon with the AARP Purpose Prize award,” said AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins.
The winners of the 2018 AARP Purpose Prize award are:
Sayu Bhojwani, New American Leaders, New York, New York
– New American Leaders seeks to inspire immigrants (first- and second-generation Americans) to run for elected office and provide support and training to those who do.
– Karen Cassidy, Hildegard House, Louisville, Kentucky
Hildegard House provides free end-of-life hospice care for terminally ill people who are homeless or without family.
Susan Cotton, The Lily Project, Westlake Village, California
– The Lily Project provides cervical cancer screening and treatment to women in Nicaragua’s rural villages.
Bettye Perkins, Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers, Elmsford, New York
– Today’s Students Tomorrow’s Teachers mentors high school students from culturally diverse and economically challenged backgrounds who are interested in pursuing a career in teaching, providing financial assistance to attend college and build a career in education.
Monica Kamal Spaeni, Access Ability Wisconsin, McFarland, Wisconsin
– Spaeni, paralyzed after a skiing accident, leads Access Ability Wisconsin which works to make outdoor wheelchairs and sporting equipment available to disabled people free of charge.
The 10 2018 AARP Purpose Prize Fellows are:
Kristy Baxter and Mark Griffin, Understood, New York NY
Patrick Coggins, AskMyBuddy, West Palm Beach FL
Veronica Nora de Hoyos, Las Comadres Para Las Americas, Austin TX
Donna Gambrell, Appalachian Community Capital, Christiansburg VA
Lisa Gualtieri, Recycle Health, Boston MA
Marc Sophos, Media for the Public Good/OutCasting Media, Dobbs Ferry NY
Laura Talmus, Beyond Differences, San Rafael CA
Sheila Warnock, Share The Caregiving, New York NY
Karen Young, Sweet Readers, New York NY
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, with a membership of nearly 38 million that helps people turn their goals and dreams into ‘Real Possibilities’ by changing the way America defines aging. With staffed offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, AARP works to strengthen communities and promote the issues that matter most to families such as healthcare security, financial security and personal fulfillment. AARP also advocates for individuals in the marketplace by selecting products and services of high quality and value to carry the AARP name. As a trusted source for news and information, AARP produces the world’s largest circulation magazine, AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. AARP does not endorse candidates for public office or make contributions to political campaigns or candidates. To learn more, visit www.aarp.org or follow @aarp and our CEO @JoAnn_Jenkins on Twitter.
I am a #WomenOfWorth and #ivolunteer to make a difference. Know a volunteer woman? Nominate her at http://bit.ly/1hu7arc #NVW
Nominations close May 8th!
National Volunteer Week is right around the corner! National Volunteer Week is an opportunity to recognize and thank volunteers who lend their time, voice and support to causes they care about in their community. L’Oréal Paris honors the worth and beauty of all women by recognizing those who are making a difference. Nominate an exceptional woman in her community at http://bit.ly/1hu7arc for @LOrealParisUSA #WomenofWorth for a chance to win up to $35,000 for her cause.
http://lopusa.tv/womenofworth L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth celebrates women who find the beauty in giving back by helping people and sparking a change in society. Every year L’Oréal Paris honors 10 women by providing a national platform for their causes and up to $35,000.
Women are championing human rights. Women are saving lives with early detection and giving kids second chances. They are making a beautiful difference and changing the world. L’Oréal opens the door for someone making a difference with the courage to see what others ignore, the strength to overcome obstacles, and the passion to inspire hope and change. Help us find our 2017 honorees, nominate your woman of worth.
Click the link above to learn more about L’Oréal’s Women of Worth. Because you’re worth it.
ATTN: Health Professionals
Share The Care research article from The Journal of Gerontological Social Work
The STC research article has been published online..there are only 50 free downloads – 49 left :-). After that, the publishing company requires paid membership and/or access through an institution.
Here is the link: http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/DI7fVP75WGZGyTmPCyzw/full
It will also publish in paper format – we are not sure which issue yet.
SHARETHECAREGIVING INC. A PROGRAM OF
THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR CIVIC INNOVATION
Dear Friends of Share The Care,
As a 2011 L’Oréal Paris Woman of Worth Honoree I’d like to ask you help to promote their exciting new campaign…so let’s give them some words #WorthSaying.
THE CAMPAIGN STARTS NOW
L’Oréal Paris is leveraging its global voice and long-standing red carpet leadership to launch a new campaign during this year’s Golden Globe awards. Inspired by our brand promise “Because You’re Worth It” and called #WorthSaying, the campaign is designed to propel the cultural shift happening around red carpet conversations and encourage women on the carpet – and off – to share words they believe are #WorthSaying.
Throughout Sunday January 10 Golden Globes night, L’Oréal Paris will be using its social platforms and digital advertising to help fuel the powerful words of women everywhere to reach, affect and inspire as many other women as possible.
How to Participate:
If you tweet a message pertaining to our STC mission it would be helpful if you include the @sharethecareorg handle in any tweet from your personal account
Keep in mind any tweet that starts with a twitter handle @LOrealParisUSA will NOT be visible on a twitter feed, if you have to word a tweet starting off with a handle, place a period in frontso that it may be visible, like this: .@LOrealParisUSA or .@sharethecaregiving
“Please let us know if you plan to participate and what social media channel/handle you’ll be using. We’d love to keep an eye out for your post!”
Founder & President
“HOW WE CAN HELP YOU?” is the theme of our NEW sharethecare.org web site. It was designed so that our varied caregiving audiences can locate the information they need about our highly regarded group caregiving model-Share The Care™.
- Caregivers & Concerned Friends
- Health Professionals
- Faith Communities and
7th Annual Palliative Care Conference at Molloy College in Rockville Centre , NY.
Approximately 400 health professionals from local and surrounding communities, as well as some students were In attendance.
Phyllis Quinlan, who is on the Board of the College and also received several degrees from the College, introduced Sheila to the conference audience.
Earlier in the day before her lecture, Sheila was able to sit in on a workshop led by Phyllis “How To Sustain the Joy in Being a Professional Caregiver.”
Attention Nurses: check out her Blog:
The Maggie Kuhn awards are presented yearly by Presbyterian Senior Services. Last Thursday at the Harvard Club in New York City, the Rev. Greg Johnson from EmblemHealth gave Sheila a beautiful and touching introduction.
In her speech Sheila expressed her thanks to Maggie Kuhn for changing the world for people over 65 by standing up, and speaking out and to PSS for how humbled she was to be among their list of illustrious past award winners. She acknowledged the many contributions of the members of her organization, their funders and supporters. She also described her early years after founding the organization and the warm encouragement she received from the members of the NYC Family Caregiver Coalition. Greg Johnson received her special thanks for being a true champion of Share The Care from the minute she met him years ago.
The 2015 Recipients were:
Executive Director of OATS and Founder of Senior Planet
Founder and President, ShareTheCaregiving aka Share The Care™
Laura Jervis and David Taylor
Visionary Founders of the PSS/WSF Grandparent Family Apartments
Our own Sheila Warnock will be honored on April 23rd. Click on the image to view the video.
PSS is proud to unveil the 2015 Maggie Kuhn Award Honorees.
I hope you can join us on April 23rd at NYC’s Harvard Club and support this important event.
Order tickets online or visit our website for more information.