Fox32 Chicago – The Stitch Community Growing in Chicago
KBPS San Diego – Stitch is a Savior for Senior Stranded by the Pandemic
Dating Sites Reviews – More than a dating site
Seniors Lifestyle Magazine – Meaningful Social Connections are the Answer to the Loneliness Epidemic
Channel 9 Today Show – Staying Connected: Older adults stay connected through COVID-19 with Stitch
Global Health Aging – Five Questions with Social Entrepreneur Andrew Dowling
Age UK – The Guide to Dating After 60
Fortune – Why Tech Firms Can’t Ignore Seniors
Wall Street Journal – Dating-Website Users Fall Prey to Fake Profiles (but not on Stitch)
Telegram.com – Finding companionship online starts with common interests
Senior Planet – Seniors Travelling Solo – Four Great Solutions
TIME Magazine – Startups for Seniors
Boston Globe – An App for Every Love Interest
Fox News – Dating app for older singles
The New Yorker – A Dating App for an Older Generation
Bloomberg TV – Interview With Andrew Dowling, CEO of Stitch
Senior Planet – Best Senior Dating Sites
Kernel Magazine – How Seniors Find Love Online
New York Post – Older Seniors Are Getting Frisky on Stitch
Financial Review – The Dating App for Silver Surfers
Bloomberg Business – An App for Every Love Interest
Venture Beat – 5 Startups That Caught Our Eye from 500 Startups Batch 9
Forbes – Five Cool Tech Tools For Seniors
Senior Planet – Maybe You’ve Heard About Stitch
San Francisco Chronicle – Technology Firms Sprouting to Serve Baby Boomers
Business Insider – A New Site Called “Stitch” Is A Less Slimy Tinder for Seniors
The Alantic – Not Quite Tinder For Senior Citizens
Daily Mail – It’s Never Too Late To Fall In Love!
Smart Company – Stitch Looks To Make A Date With The Over 50s Market
DatingAdvice.com – Stitch weaves people together
The Daily Dot – Can ‘Tinder For Grandmas’ Bridge Technology’s Age Gap?
Global Dating Insights – Elderly Companion Site Stitch Included In Silicon Valley 500 Startups Accelerator
Sunrise Senior Living – Seniors Have Options To Find Companions Online
2SER Radio – Should Social Media Branch Out To Older Generations?
Senior Housing News – New App Could End Social Isolation In Senior Living Communities
Stitch At a Glance
Stitch is a community built to help anyone over 50 find the companionship they need.
We created Stitch because we know how important it is for everyone to have enriching social connections as they age. That once you are in your 50s, 60s, 70s or 80s your social needs are fundamentally different from what they were when you were in your 20s and 30s. That pretty much every online service today, from Facebook and Twitter through to Tinder & online dating sites, fail to provide the sort of real-world connections that older adults are looking for.
Stitch’s grand vision is to help improve the lives of older adults in every country around the world and provide an answer to the social isolation and loneliness that everyone ultimately faces at some point in their lives, whether they’re seeking friendship, romance, or anything in between.
The Stitch Story
Stitch is a community which helps anyone over 50 find the companionship they need.
Our grand vision is to help improve the lives of older adults in every country around the world and provide an answer to the social isolation and loneliness that everyone ultimately faces at some point in their lives, whether they’re seeking friendship, romance, or anything in between.
What makes Stitch completely unique is that it’s a community, one that’s been built by members, for members.
That means everything at Stitch is a result of the efforts of Stitch members, whether that’s local activities and events designed to bring people together, online discussions with other members around the world, group travel events, helping with member verification, even volunteering their time to help grow the community. Our members know what it’s like to need companionship, and ultimately everyone has a role to play in making life better for each other.
You can read about the people behind Stitch here.
Did you Know?
- Number of seniors who say they often or always feel lonely : 1 in 10.
- Mature adults who are lonely are 64% more likely to develop dementia than their peers.
- Reduction in depression amongst elderly who stay connected using the Internet: 20%.
- Fastest-growing age segment in the world : 70+.
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