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Aging and the Not-for-Profit Sector: Ready or Not?

Slide 1

Cartoon of two feet hanging out of a bath tub and a woman being interviewed by two police officers standing outside of a bathroom with a caption: "I wouldn't have thought baby boomers could still do cannonballs."


 

Slide 2: Ontario's Population Aged 65+ as a Share of Total Population, 1978 to 2058

Vertical bar graph showing the increasing share of Ontario's population aged over 65. The trendlines indicate that in 1978, the 65+ demographic represented less than 10% but by 2058 the same demographic will represent 25% of the total population of Ontario.


 

Slide 3: Ontario's Age Pyramid (2006)

Age pyramid of Ontario showing the proportion of the population represented by Immigrants, Aboriginals and Visible Minorities and the Total Population: All segments are predominantly concentrated between ages 30 and 45. Aboriginal populations have a higher concentration of younger ages between 5 and 20 exceeding 10% of their male population. Immigrant populations have higher concentrations at age 35, where the population exceeds 10%. 
Total population and visible minorities have a much similarly aligned trend line to the total population.


 

Slide 4: EMERGING PRESSURES

CAREGIVING

ACCESS TO SERVICES

HOUSING

GROUPS AT RISK

TRANSPORTATION

HEALTH

HUMAN RESOURCES & VOLUNTEERISM

AGEISM

ISOLATION

 

Slide 5: 8% of Not-for-Profit Organizations report serving seniors & older adults

July 1, 2011: 14.2% of the population

 

Slide 6: Who's Serving Seniors?

 

Slide 7: What About $$$ ?

 

Slide 8: Funders are NOT ready

Funders are NOT ready

 

Slide 9: Funders and NFPs are NOT on the same page about:

 

Slide 10: Impact on HR & Volunteerism

Challenge:

 

Slide 11: Impact on HR & Volunteerism

Opportunities:

 

Slide 12: Thank you

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