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Celebrating International Asexuality Day: There is Power in Knowing and Accepting Who You Are

I always had a feeling that I was different from most people. It wasn’t until four years ago, though, that I realized it’s because I’m asexual.  Last year, it dawned on me how it took me such a long time […]

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Storytelling Highlights the Lives of LGBTIQ+ Elders Around the World

SAGE is investing in international work through several new programs and initiatives. At the heart of this work is a commitment to centering the lived experience of LGBTIQ+ elders themselves. One way SAGE has done this is through collecting and […]

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Your 2023 SAGE Wrapped Is Ready!

We hope everyone had a joyful holiday season and Happy New Year! As we welcome 2024, now is a perfect time to reflect on the past year and its milestones. Here at SAGE, 2023 was a truly incredible year.   In […]

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SAGE CEO Michael Adams Named a Nonprofit Power Player

We are excited to announce that SAGE CEO Michael Adams has been named to the PoliticsNY and amNY Metro Nonprofit Power Players list. This diverse list of leaders, innovators, and advocates highlights some of today’s most influential people working towards […]

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Resources for Older LGBTQ+ People and Those Who Care for Them

SAGE is the world’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of older lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ+) people. SAGE leads in addressing issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning and other […]

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SAGE Friendly Visitor Program Offers Insights into NYC LGBTQ+ Elders’ Triumphs, Challenges

By Julie Ugoretz, LMSW, SAGE Friendly Visitor Program Manager  The holidays are often a time when people feel called to volunteer, perhaps serving at a soup kitchen or delivering meals to homebound elders. The volunteers at SAGE’s Friendly Visitor Program, […]

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