About Intergenerational Connect

Our Story

Intergenerational Connect

23% of Michigan residents are over the age of 60 and that number is only growing. The fact is loneliness and social isolation is a public health concern for people of all ages. Loneliness can contribute to a wide range of health ailments like depression, increased risk of heart attacks and early death. Not only that, Detroit is one of the poorest cities in the country with many people going to sleep hungry (around 1.3 million). I

Intergenerational connect started as first a simple food drive held at a local church. Eventually, the demand was so high it expanded to several churches across the county and went from just giving out food to home items and clothes. Kendra saw that many of the visitors to these drives were seniors, this sparked an idea. Born out of her love of helping others and by God’s grace, she has been able to transform her god-given talents into this amazing charity.

To care for those who once cared for us is one of the highest honors.

Tia Walker The Inspired Caregiver: Finding Joy While Caring for Those You Love

How to Find Us

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Kendra Paul
Intergenerational Connect