Founded in September 1956 as an activity and services-distribution center for retired individuals in the Nashville area, FiftyForward (then Senior Citizens, Inc) has grown to a multi-faceted organization that annually touches the lives of more than 20, 000 older adults, children and families in Davidson and Williamson counties. Through our life enrichment programs we help people 50 years and older live fuller, more productive lives with a sense of dignity and self worth. At our seven centers, members participate in hundreds of educational and wellness programs. We also provide needed assistance to those wanting to keep living independently in their homes through our Living At Home program. Our Foster Grandparents and RSVP programs offer exceptional volunteer opportunities for those interested in giving back to the community. For a description of each of FiftyForward's programs and services, see our Profile. In addition, our FiftyForward Enrichment Opportunities chart shows the progression of programs we provide - from services for the most active individuals to those that support the needs of frail, homebound individuals. Our organization also operates the Senior Center for the Arts, a 501 (c) (3) performing arts theater located in FiftyForward Donelson Station. Through the Larry Keeton Theatre, the SCA presents plays and musicals - primarily in a dinner theater format - throughout the year for the community. The SCA also hosts a summer theater camp for students, culminating in a musical production in which students/campers have acting roles.