Learn About Eldercare Expenses with Our Free Webinar Series! Part Two — January 23rd

Join us for part two of our three-part webinar series, designed to help you understand and financially prepare for eldercare expenses. The series will help you learn ways to protect your money and assets as you care for an aging loved one (or yourself):

  • Learn the real cost of eldercare;
  • Understand the financial impact of caring for an aging loved one;
  • Examine multiple payment options; and
  • Explore ways to protect your assets.

Our second webinar session will take place on Wednesday, January 23, at 7:00 pm.

If you missed our first session, view part-one of the webinar series.

To sign up for the webinar, please contact Jordenn Granby at (646) 473-8330 or email Jordenn.Granby@1199Funds.org.


Our Eldercare Program is a new social service initiative to assist members who care for their elderly family members. We currently offer a workshop series on topics for care-giving members as well as informational resources. In 2018 we will roll out additional eldercare benefits for City Fund members. For more information, please call (212) 564-2220 or email Jordenn.Granby@1199Funds.org.


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