Read Our Whitepapers!
JFRF has been working hard to share the facts about aging in Oregon and the U.S. We have 3 whitepapers to inform people about how our country’s age structure is changing and what that means for everyone.
Ageless Award Luncheon
In 2018, we proudly honored Frank & Rosa Alby, Gert Boyle, Governor Ted Kulongoski and Pat Reser at the Ageless Award Luncheon held on April 26, 2018. Please watch our video (left) that we premiered at the event.
JFRF empowers by:
- Building civic infrastructure
- Identifying, strengthening and deploying community assets.
- Using a multi-generational, sustainable network of resources.
JFRF CEO and Founder, Keren Brown Wilson, presented at the Oregon Place Matters Conference last week. This conference was an opportunity for participants to promote health, and prevent and manage chronic disease across the lifespan. In her presentation, Keren talked...read more
On October 19th, JFRF CEO and Founder, Keren Brown Wilson, was the keynote speaker for The Shuswap North Okanagan Division of Family Practice, Interior Health, and University of British Columbia Continuing Professional Development’s conference. Keren was asked to talk...read more
JFRF changes the world! By helping abandoned seniors in vulnerable regions, we bring light, hope and fresh thinking to a growing issue. Three cheers to Keren Brown Wilson – she introduced our nation to assisted living and now she’s assisting seniors living in poverty around the globe.
Gary Withers, Board Member
I am involved with JFRF because you can directly see the impact of its work. In a poor country like Nicaragua, where there are little to no government resources for impoverished and abandoned elders, JFRF’s support and engagement make a huge difference.
Joanne Handy, Board Member
To return to the hogar in Jinotepe and to see the change in the expressions of the same residents I had seen with forlorn dejection 3 years prior, to smiling happiness resulting from the improvements in their lives, one of the most rewarding experiences of my life! Choked me up? You bet! Was it worth the investment of volunteer time and talent and treasure? It was and continues to be.
Tony Leineweber, Board Member