A SAGE Table looks beautiful because it’s created with a diversity of smiling faces—older and younger—showing up to talk and share and learn from each other.
Each SAGE Table should have four main elements:
- A smattering of generations
- Food to share
- Meaningful conversation
- A plan for sustaining the intergenerational connections we make
A SAGE Table doesn’t have to be dinner—it can be a lunch or breakfast or even a snack.
You can have a SAGE Table anywhere—at your home, the lunchroom at your office, a local restaurant, a place of worship, a picnic table in a park or any place where you can relax and facilitate conversation between younger and older LGBT people and allies.