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We make aging better for LGBTQ+ people nationwide. How? We show up and speak out for the issues that matter to us. We teach. We answer your calls. We connect—generations, each other, allies. We win. And together, we celebrate. Learn more about our mission and core values.

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March 1, 2024
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Celebrating Broward County’s LGBTQ+ community and honoring Dorothy Sander with the Community Leadership Award.

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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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  • Paulette Thomas, SAGE Harlem participant

    SAGE is a place for one human being to reach out to another. To be around like-minded people who understand your age and your identity–as a woman of color, as a lesbian–it’s great.

    — Paulette Thomas, SAGE Harlem participant
  • Max Micozzi, SAGE Metro Portland

    Being a SAGE affiliate connects us with SAGE's national work. It helps us to succeed with programming, advocacy, direct impact, and positive outcomes for our ever-growing LGBT older population.

    — Max Micozzi, SAGE Metro Portland
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