Community AGEnda:<br>
A new initiative to help America become a better place to grow up and grow old.           View the winners of our <br /><em>Friendly Places, Friendly Faces</em> age-friendly photo contest.<br /> Older adults are part of the solution: active, healthy, giving back to their communities. If you fund health, the arts, education, underserved populations and more, 
you may already work in aging. GIA is here to help: the only national professional organization of grantmakers working on aging.

GIA members have a shared recognition that a society that is better for older adults is better for people of all ages.

Community AGEnda

Learn about GIA's effort to help communities become great places to grow up and grow old.

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