May 19, 2015:  AFCM Task Force celebrating the news that Age-Friendly Corte Madera has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a member of the Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities!  (L-R: Cheryl Longinotti, Marge Cavalli, Pati Stoliar, Carla Condon. Not pictured, Carol Zeller and Ralph Marchese) 

Beth Benz


Co-Chairs Pati Stoliar and Carol Zeller

Larry Meredith (center), former Marin County Director of Health and Human Services meets with the Age-Friendly Corte Madera Task Force 

Our Mission Statement

Age-Friendly Corte Madera is dedicated to creating physical and social environments that support and enhance healthy and active aging, and an optimal quality of life for our older residents

Using the World Health Organization's (W.H.O.) Age-Friendly Network as a platform for information exchange and mutual support, the Task Force will conduct an initial baseline analysis and then promote improvements based on identified areas of need.

Thanks to our terrific sponsors!

AFCM Task Force

Pati Stoliar, RN     Marge Cavalli     Ralph Marchese    

Cheryl Longinotti, PhD    Carla Condon  Matt Boland

Christine O'Sullivan   Fran Rondeau   Richard Kalish

Fred Cassisa, Town Council Liaison