Transforming Aging and Disability Philanthropy

The impending national crisis in services for the aging has announced itself. And yet private philanthropy has remained relatively uninvolved. As a nonprofit organization, Transforming Age is thinking strategically about how to promote charitable investments in the wellbeing of older adults as well as in the strength of our caregiving workforce.

If you’re working in the retirement and healthcare industries and need help opening or growing your own senior care facilities, we have all the support you need. From operations outsourcing to marketing consulting, our partnerships will help you serve your senior communities well.

And if you aren’t in the industry but have a passion for senior care, there are plenty of ways to get involved in philanthropy and volunteering.

Problem Defined

Our goal is to not only reach seniors who have been able to preserve their health and achieve retirement security but also to advocate for community supports. The needs of older adults are common to people of all ages from housing and transportation to technology and healthcare.


Only six percent of nonprofit organizations are focused on providing services to aging populations.


Americans born before 1964 make up the most generous generation in the country, accounting for nearly 70 percent of all charitable giving in the U.S.


Twenty-nine percent of American adults currently provide care to an aging, ill, or disabled family member.

3 in 4

More than three-fourths of Americans over 65 face chronic health challenges, from immobility to diabetes.

40.4 million

According to Pew Research Center, 40.4 million Americans currently act as unpaid caregivers to adults over 65.


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of the aides is expected to grow by 36 percent in the next 10 years as demand for their services grows.

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