Community Cafecitos

LSR launched these cafecitos (coffee chats) to increase access to resources and educate older adults, their families, and caregivers in the community about the benefits they may be eligible to apply for. These conversations aim to continue advocating on behalf of aging Latinos and improve the economic security of the Latino community as a whole.

Our community cafecitos (coffee chats) are hosted in various targeted locations to share resources with older adults and their communities.  All discussions are followed by a training on using the NCOA BenefitsCheckupTool© to apply for money-saving benefits.

Save the date for our UPCOMING conversations with key community partners: 

  • Thursday, April 29th / Juanita C. Grant Foundation:
    Pandemic Scams And Financial Protection For Older Adults: Tools Of Prevention. CLICK HERE TO RSVP
  • Thursday, May 13th / San Ysidro Health (En Español)
  • Thursday, May 27th / Borderland Rainbow Center & Alliance for African American Health in Central Texas
  • Thursday, May 20th / The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

For any questions or to sponsor our community cafecitos please contact Johana at Johana@LatinoRetirement.org

Thursday, April 29th
2:00PM EDT

Juanita C. Grant Foundation

Pandemic Scams And Financial Protection For Older Adults:
Tools Of Prevention

Thursday, May 13th
6:00 PM PST | 9:00PM EDT

San Ysidro Health (En Español)

Madre, ¿te estás cuidando? /
Mother, are you taking care of Yourself?
  

Thursday, May 20th
1:00PM EDT

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

Conversaciones de Comunidad:
discussions on aging and food insecurity

Thursday, May 27th
8:00PM EDT | 7:00PM CST | 6:00PM MST

Borderland Rainbow Center & Alliance for African American Health Central Texas

Historic Inequities of our Golden Years:
Wealth Disparities in BIPOC and LGBTQIA Communities

 

Partner Organizations:

  • San Ysidro Health, San Diego, CA
  • Juanita C. Grant Foundation, Maryland/Washington, DC
  • League of United Latin American Citizens, Washington, DC
  • Borderland Rainbow Center, El Paso, Texas
  • Alliance for African American Health of Central Texas, Austin, Texas
  • Latinos for a Secure Retirement, Washington, DC/Dallas, Texas


About NCOA: The National Council on Aging (NCOA) is a trusted national leader working to ensure that every person can age well. Since 1950, our mission has not changed: Improve the lives of millions of older adults, especially those who are struggling. NCOA empowers people with the best solutions to improve their own health and economic security—and we strengthen government programs that we all depend on as we age. Every year, millions of people use our signature programs BenefitsCheckUp®, My Medicare Matters®, and the Aging Mastery Program® to age well. By offering online tools and collaborating with a nationwide network of partners, NCOA is working to improve the lives of 40 million older adults by 2030. Learn more at ncoa.org and @NCOAging.