Are you a nonprofit that benefits the elderly? Do you want to enrich the lives of those 65 and older with an arts program? Do you want to improve the health of aging seniors? Or, maybe you would like to benefit the elderly with low-incomes. Whatever your cause, there are grants available for your nonprofit at GrantWatch.com. Search under Aging/Seniors.
Projected longevity has been ever-increasing. Now, people live longer than before. However, aging still occurs. According to Medicine.net there are steps seniors can take to help them age. Diseases like Osteoporosis, arthritis, heart disease, high blood pressures, diabetes, high cholesterol, dementia, depression, and certain cancers can be slowed by a balanced diet, regular exercise, and some other lifestyle changes.
Medicine.net also lists the following as another way to a healthier life as a senior:
“Engaging in routine and scheduled social activities”
So, if you have a program to socially engage seniors, check out GrantWatch.com.
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For an interesting read, check out Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being by Dr. Andrew Weil, MD. In the book, Dr. Weil discusses what one can do in terms of diet, exercise, and sharing information with loved ones. It is known as a positive, informative and pragmatic read.
So, if you’re a nonprofit looking for funding for the support of the aging and senior population, check out GrantWatch.com. There, you will find grants for the health of seniors and their well-being.
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