We look out for you

We make aging better for LGBT 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.

How can we help you?

FIND PROGRAMS NEAR YOU

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CARE FOR OUR COMMUNITY

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CONNECT ACROSS GENERATIONS

EDUCATION
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March 21, 2019, 6pm to 9pm
New York, NY

Enjoy dancing, cocktails, appetizers and networking.

What happens when the heroes of Stonewall descend on Capitol Hill?

Fifty years ago this June, the global movement for LGBTQ rights was born at New York City’s Stonewall Inn, and the people who started that movement — first a riot, then a revolution — are responsible for the access that […]

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Precision Medicine Rejects “One-Size-Fits-All” Medicine and Creates Health Solutions That Meet the Needs of Diverse Elders

Clinical trials and health research are invaluable tools to advance individual and public health around the world, but the communities represented by the Diverse Elders Coalition – including American Indians and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Hispanics and […]

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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