SAGE hosts Nicholas Kristof as 2014 Visiting SAGE


2014 Visiting SAGE Nicholas Kristof

SAGE will host Nicholas Kristof as its 2014 Visiting SAGE. Kristof is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning author, a celebrated columnist with The New York Times, and an Oregonian.

He will share his experience reporting from six continents, and the core message from his new book, co-authored by Sheryl WuDunn, A Path Appears. This powerful new book has garnered significant praise for its deep examination of people making the world a better place, and the many ways we can support them. The book will be released on September 23, and signed copies will be available for sale at the event.

SAGE is a Portland-based nonprofit organization that inspires people over fifty to live a legacy of service and advocacy for younger and future generations. The Visiting SAGE speaker

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This event is co-sponsored by Literary Arts, and the reception is sponsored by Beneficial State Bank.

Promotional sponsors include Coalition for a Livable Future, Elders in Action, Mercy Corps, and World Affairs Council of Oregon. Our venue sponsor is First Congregational United Church of Christ. Et Fille Wines generously donated the wine for our reception.

For questions on ticketing, please contact Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006.

For questions on the event, please review SAGE’s event website at or contact SAGE at 971-717-6570.

Ticket refunds are not authorized, however you may transfer your ticket to another person. To do so, please call Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006 with your ticket confirmation number and the name of the person to whom you will transfer your ticket.




Event details:The Visiting SAGE event will be held at First Congregational United Church of Christ on October 5 at 4:00pm (doors open at 3:30pm). General admission tickets are $20. Special admission tickets are $40. Tickets available at

Nicholas Kristof, a columnist for The New York Times since 2001, writes op-ed columns that appear twice a week. He won the Pulitzer Prize two times, in 1990 and 2006, and in 2012, he was a Pulitzer finalist in Commentary. He grew up on a sheep and cherry farm near Yamhill, Oregon, graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard College and studied law at Oxford University on a Rhodes Scholarship. Mr. Kristof has lived on four continents, reported on six, and traveled to more than 150 countries, plus all 50 states. For more information about Mr. Kristof, visit:

A Path Appears is written by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, husband and wife team. The authors assay the art and science of giving and identify successful local and global initiatives, and powerful stories to illustrate how real people have changed the world. They have coauthored three previous books: Half the Sky, Thunder from the East, and China Wakes. For more information about A Path Appears, visit:

SAGE is a nonprofit organization that inspires people over fifty to give forward with their time, talent, and passion to enable younger and future generations to thrive.For more information, visit


Let’s Take A Moment To Celebrate

We are looking forward to so much in the coming year, and in anticipation of 2014-2015 fiscal year, we would like to take a moment to celebrate some of our accomplishments of the last year. Thank you to all our volunteers who make this all possible!
The Elders in Action Commission continues to educate and advocate for the issues we care about most with our elected officials. The Commission is also branching out to create opportunities for the public to become more civically engaged by creating new programs like Action, Passion, Talent = Civic Engagement, a five-week education and civic engagement program.
Community Engagement & Age Friendly volunteers reached over 5500 individuals in the tri-county area by participating in 165 partner and community events, fairs, expos, speaking and educational events.
Personal Advocate volunteers and staff provided personalized one-to-one advocacy and assistance to 2,639 older adults in our community which represents a 15%

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All the above work is only possible through the dedication of our 154 Elders in Action volunteers and board of directors who donated 12,175 75 hours of labor this year, valued at $259,936.
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Together we are sharing experience and staying engaged!

Meet Up and Learn about the local Village concept!

Is there a village in your future?

Join us July 17th, to find out!
A Village is a group of like-minded people in a geographic area who come together to help each other age affordably in their own homes. It is a coordinated network of volunteer and service providers supporting access to needed services. Learn more about this neighborhood movement that benefits the whole community while supporting older adults age in place by joining us at our Meet Up.
What is a Meet Up? Meet Up is online social networking tool that helps groups of people with shared interests plan events and facilitates group meetings. It is a great way to stay connected.
If you are interested in learning more about the Village Movement, join Elders in Action next Thursday, July 17th for a free presentation with Eastside Village PDX, 6:30pm, 5736 NE 33rd Ave., in the Community Meeting Room. This discussion will be hosted by

Chana Andler, Founder and Director of Villages NW.
RSVP at our Meet Up site.
You will have to register, butit is quick and easy, and when you do, we will keep you posted about similar upcoming opportunities. Meet and learn interesting things with other curious and engaged humans.
Join our Meet Up by clicking here.

Help us make the Lloyd Business District Age-Friendly

Elders in Action has partnered with the Lloyd business district to offer theLloyd Age- Friendly campaign.

Join us on Thursday July 24th, for a free training session from 10am to 1pm at Calaroga Terrace.

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But you are not done yet! On Thursday, July 31st, our teams we will visit 1-3 businesses in the Lloyd district to share your new knowledge by conducting in-store evaluations. All volunteers will be accompanied by one of Elders in Action certified business evaluators.


Seniors, people with disabilities at risk in high heat

July 9, 2014

Hot weather can be really hard on seniors and people with disabilities. As we get

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Multnomah County is urging friends and neighbors to pay close attention to elders and people with disabilities as temperatures are expected to stay high this week.

Seniors and those with disabilities should:

  • Drink more water. Don’t wait until you are thirsty.
  • Buddy up! Check on a friend and have them do the same for you.
  • Schedule tasks to avoid midday heat.
  • Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing.
  • If you have to use a fan, don’t set it up to blow directly on you. Instead, use it to create cross ventilation in your home.
  • Spray or sponge yourself with cool water.
  • Try not to use your stove and oven.

Questions? Call Multnomah County Aging & Disability Services at 503-988-3646 or TTY at 503-988-3683 or online at