We are building a community of Americans over the age of sixty determined to change the world for the better. Together, we use our life experience, skills, and resources to build a better tomorrow.
It's no surprise that Big Banks are funding the climate crisis-help us demand that Wall Street to move their investments away from fossil fuel companies! It's important for our generation to move toward better banks that invest in our communities.
There are active, joyful, effective communities of Third Actors organized by affinity and by geography across the U.S., carrying out plans to advance Third Act’s work and broader purpose.
We believe building an intergenerational movement is how we affect change in Washington and Wall Street. It's important that we work together to understand how the themes of repair and elderhood can work to build our collective power.
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You have the power to be a catalyst for change. We organize different actions, online and in-person. Once click can make a difference!
Working Groups are volunteer run groups organized by affinity or by geographic location. We encourage these Working Groups to carry out organizing, communication and campaigns.
We host workshops, community calls, and facilitated conversations each month that build skills, deepen interest, and get everyone working together on the big problems of our time.
Third Act will host big community calls, workshops and facilitated conversations each month that build skills, deepen interest, and get everyone working together on the big problems of our time. Check out the events below to see what’s coming up.
We muster political and economic power to move Washington and Wall Street in the name of a fairer, more sustainable society and planet. We back up the great work of younger people, and we make good trouble of our own.
“Experienced Americans” are the fastest-growing part of the population: 10,000 people a day pass the 60-year mark. That means that there’s no way to make the changes that must be made to protect our planet and our society unless we bring the power of this group into play.