Past Winners

The 2013 Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence was awarded to the Motion Picture and Television Fund on October 9, 2013 at the Unsung Heroes of Los Angeles event. Congratulations, we are truly impressed by the Media Center and Channel 22!

The MPTF’s MediaCenteris a model of senior engagement that marries creativity with technology, incorporating the involvement of multiple generations. Recognizing that the urge to create never goes away, the Media Center pairs older adults with high school and college volunteers who share their diverse film experience spanning generations to create meaningful content together. This exemplifies MPTF’s goal to create a sense of community among entertainment industry workers, and foster support for essential health, wellness, social and retirement services. Learn more about MPTF’s MediaCenterat

Jane and Michael Eisner with Ken Scherer and Bob Beitcher of MPTF

The 2012 Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence was awarded on October 25, 2012 at an awards ceremony at the Grantmakers in Aging Annual Conference in Cleveland, Ohio. Michael D. Eisner presented the award and a check for $100,000 to this year’s winner, AARP Experience Corps. The organization provides opportunities for older Americans to help improve literacy skills among students in kindergarten through third grade in 19 communities across the United States.

To learn more about the 2012 winner, read our press release here, or watch this brief clip.

Trent Stamp, Jane and Michael Eisner, present the 2012 Eisner Prize to Lester Strong of AARP Experience Corps.

The winner of the 2011 inaugural Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence was The Intergenerational Center at Temple University. The Intergenerational Center is led by Nancy Henkin, a true pioneer and thought leader in the field of intergenerational programming. Nancy was formally presented with The Eisner Prize by Michael and Jane Eisner at the Grantmakers in Aging annual conference in McLean, Virginia on October 27, 2011.

Past Winners

Jane (left) and Michael Eisner present Nancy Henkin of the Intergenerational Center with the 2011 Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence.