Our Senior Care programs help entertainment industry professionals who are 65 years or older, their family and care givers to address a myriad of issues they may face on a daily basis.
Are you or your loved one an entertainment professional aged 65 and older? You can reach out to us for help and support in navigating the transitions common in the stage of life.
New York area entertainment professionals age 65+ are invited to join us for a variety of activities, volunteer opportunities, groups and workshops.
Located on a six beautiful acres in Englewood, New Jersey, and only seven miles from New York City, the Actors Fund Home provides excellent health care and supportive services for both long and short-term living.
The Dorothy Ross Friedman Residence provides supportive housing to special low-income groups including seniors, working professionals and people living with HIV/AIDS.
The Performing Arts Legacy Project is an online platform to help older performers document their careers. It is an initiative of the Entertainment Community Fund and the Research Center for Arts and Culture.
Provides data, information and programs in service of artists and the arts. This program is affiliated with the Entertainment Community Fund out of our New York City office.
The Rodney Kirk Center is an on-site social services program at Manhattan Plaza with a special focus on providing support for older residents to help maintain their independence and maximize their quality of life.
Creating a will and advance directives is the best way to ensure your wishes are honored and the people you love are cared for.