Yes we are open with programs and trips runnings as scheduled.

We will continue to provide M-F deliveries to our homebound Meals on Wheels clients, and we will continue to provide M-F take-out meals to our Center Participants.  Important changes to our take-out meal offerings become effective October 1.  Masks are now optional at Generations. Registration is still required for in person and take-out meals. See below. 
Click here for further details, menu listings, and ordering procedures.  

Virtual Program Offerings are still being offered!  Click here for full details, then scroll down the page.

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate social responsibility is more than a buzzword—it’s a powerful way of growing your business, engaging your employees, and investing in the community we call home. Here in the Indian Valley region, there are hundreds of groups doing good, which can make selecting charitable partners difficult.

Generations of Indian Valley has been changing lives in our community since 1967 and we’re here to help you make a meaningful difference where you live and work.

We are a nationally accredited senior center that fights senior hunger by preparing over 400 healthy meals for hungry community members each day while offering volunteer opportunities for all.

We don’t think nonprofits should rely totally on hand-outs any more than individuals should. We earn substantial annual income through social enterprises, through corporate and private catering, a variety of low-cost programming options and facility rentals. Generations makes the most of our donors’ dollars by running our operations with the efficiency of a business—it’s just that our primary service is changing lives.

In our Corporate Social Responsibility packet, you’ll learn about the many ways Generations can help you meet your CSR goals. Whether you’re interested in volunteering in our kitchen, ordering our catering, or attending our special events, your company can help us fight senior hunger and promote healthy aging in our community. 

For more information, please contact:
Douglas Eschbach, Executive Director,