Capitol Hill Village was told recently that it will receive two new grants for educational and wellness programs. Both grants will enable CHV staff to promote programs and services by paying for staff time, outreach, activities, and educational programs. The first grant is $2,000 from Maximus Foundation and the second is from Impact 1890, A National Lutheran Program, for $7,500.
Capitol Hill Village is also receiving $23,500 from the DC Office on Aging to support its volunteer services. Thanks are also in order to the Capitol Hill Community Foundation, which underwrote part of the costs for Capitol Hill Village’s new website as well as the educational and wellness programs over the course of the spring and summer. And this Fall, CHV is receiving a $2,500 grant to underwrite its volunteer outreach, recruitment, training, and related programs, particularly around the Arthur Capper Senior Apartments response.
Every Ride Counts and CHV is On the Forefront
National Area Agencies on Aging asked Capitol Hill Village to be a part of their Every Ride Counts Campaign and interviewed CHV members James Kennedy and Gary Grasmick, as well as CHV partners in a video for the Campaign.
The video was shown on December 7th, 2018 at the National Press Club when at the release of a national poll on transportation challenges for older adults and persons with disabilities. It was a good session…and a reminder of how CHV is very much on-the-ground, interacting daily with seniors in their transportation opportunities and challenges. Kudos to CHV’s Transportation Outreach Manager, Heather Foote for putting us on the map with this important issue.
CHV Gains Insight into Membership and Their Transportation Needs
Last Spring, 150 CHV members responded to a survey seeking to learn more about who CHV members are, the extent to which they are able to get around in the community, and levels of participation in and satisfaction with the Capitol Hill Village.
The survey was funded with support from Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, District Department of Transportation Vision Zero program, Deerbrook Charitable Trust, and the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation. The findings represent the experiences of survey respondents and may not represent the experiences of all CHV members.
See the December CHV News for a summary of what we learned from the survey. The complete survey results are available here:
DC’s Long Term Care Roadmap to 2028
CHV member Mary Procter and volunteer Elizabeth Cabot Nash presented the findings of their month’s long research and analysis of Long Term Care Options at the 2018 Annual Meeting of Leading Age DC on October 5th. The research brings together statistics about changing demographics in DC, an outline of future long term care needs and current resources (lack thereof) to match them and proposed a set of next steps questions. Procter and Nash are planning a series of presentations and a white paper to begin a multi-sector conversation about the issue.
The transition to a new IT system continues: CHV staff is in the process of learning and launching a new computer system. Please bear with us as we navigate this transition. Call the office at 202-543-1778 or email us at email@example.com.
The Capitol Hill Village CFC number is 55474
CHV is proud to have been selected for the 2015-2016 Catalogue for Philanthropy
The Capitol Hill Village United Way number is 8066
CHV is proud to have been selected for a Grant from the MAXIMUS Foundation
CHV members receive a discount on Sport and Health Capitol Hill Membership fee. Sport and Health Gym is
the former Results the Gym, located at
3rd and I Streets SE, near Garfield Park.
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A Greater Capitol Hill For Long Life
One-Level Living: What to Know before Making the Move – May 4, 2018
• Download a PDF containing all the presentations from the symposium.
• Download a PDF containing all the handouts from the symposium.
• Download a PDF containing just the slides and handouts with data from the symposium.
• Download a PDF containing information about Inclusionary Zoning and affordable housing.
Creative Housing and Community Building for Your Future – April 13, 2018
Download a PDF containing all presentations and notes from the symposium.
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