Welcome to GIA!
Dear new GIA member:
Joining GIA “expands your desk” and gives you an opportunity to participate in a network of peers and engage thought leaders who share your passion for building stronger, healthier communities for Americans of all ages.
Please click to launch "GIA New Member Path to Participation." This PowerPoint presentation highlights the opportunities GIA has to offer. It's where you can begin your Path to Participation. (Please note: if you explore any of the hyperlinks, please use your brower's Back button to return to the presentation after each one.)
Grantmakers In Aging (GIA) is the nation’s leading membership organization founded by and for funders serving older adults. It was originally established in 1982 as an informal network of foundation staff interested in aging issues, to promote the exchange of knowledge and program ideas.
For more than 30 years, GIA has been a collegial place for our members to learn, share knowledge and best practices, build program partnerships, grow professionally, and have an even greater impact on an aging society.
For questions related to membership, contact:
Maria Gonzales Jackson, Director of Programs and Membership
Tel: 703.413.0413 (direct) and 301.233.2867 (cell)