Monday, June 19, 2017

Be Proud With SAGE!

June 2017   We Refuse to Be Invisible

SAGE 2016 Annual ReportOur activism has touched thousands of lives in our older LGBT community. Read more in SAGE's Annual Report.

We Refuse to Be InvisibleSAGE's grassroots efforts to tell the Trump Administration that our LGBT community refuses to be erased generated nearly 9,000 letters to Washington.

SAGE Table Rocks the Nation: More than 230 SAGE Tables nationwide hosted thousands of guests in a one-day conversation about what caring in the LGBT community looks like when age is not a barrier. 

Photo by Maro Hagopian

SAGE Health Storylines: Our new app empowers older adults living with HIV and AIDS to better manage their healthcare. 


SAGE Matters: Inspiration from our activist pioneers; a "Prepare to Care Guide" for LGBT caregivers; and SAGE's latest advances toward creating affordable, LGBT-friendly housing.

Celebrate the Summer with SAGE

Tuesday, June 20
Gather for fun in the Windy City at the Center on Halstead.

Saturday, July 15

Join Honorary Co-Chair Edie Windsor, the LGBT Community Center, SAGE, and Callen-Lorde at Nova's Ark Project in Water Mill. Groove to tunes spun by the fabulous Lady Bunny!

SAGE is the country's largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) elders. With offices in New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, and Chicago, SAGE coordinates a growing network of affiliates across the country.

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