Denver – Colorado Senior Lobby announced today that it is changing its name to the Colorado Center for Aging (CCA). This does not change the fundamental mission of continuing to strengthen the aging network by raising the voice of older Coloradans.
President of the Colorado Center for Aging, Bob Brocker answers the question, why the change? “Much has changed since the Colorado Senior Lobby was formed forty years ago. Today, the word “lobby” has negative connotations and we do not want the issues of older Coloradans to be lost. Updating our image and raising our voice is critical to our success.”
We are committed to continuing to serve our members and all people in every part of our state. To accomplish this goal, we require a steady stream of funding. This change includes a new 501c3 tax status which will allow us to be eligible for more funding opportunities.
Become a member and lend your voice and support! To find out more about the Colorado Center for Aging, check out our new website at https://coloradocenterforaging.org/
About the Colorado Center for Aging
The Colorado Center for Aging brings together all ages of Colorado citizens from older adults and retirees to adult children in the middle of caring for their elderly loved ones, to professionals serving older adults, and college students looking towards a career of service. Colorado Center for Aging Mission is to educate the public, community leaders and elected officials on the issues that impact the wellbeing of older Coloradans – LEARN MORE
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