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GIA welcomes inquiries from members of the media, philanthropy, and anyone interested in learning more about aging issues. We have a lot to offer:

We’ll be happy to help you find an expert source, point you toward the perfect report, or tell you more about ourselves. You may want to start with this overview of GIA, or contact us directly.

Contact GIA

John Feather, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
2001 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 504
Arlington, VA 22202
703.413.0413 
Email: jfeather@giaging.org)  (Bio)

Maria Gonzales Jackson
Director of Programs and Membership
Tel: 703.0413.413 (direct) and 301.233.2867 (cell)
Email: mgonzalesjackson@giaging.org

GIA CEO John Feather blogs regularly on the Huffington Post.

Making the Economic Case for Age-friendly Communities
My Reflections on the White House Conference on Aging: Celebrating Aging in the Nation's House
Gay And Old: 'A Special Class Of People?'
Why Is Aging So Hard to Sell?
How reducing social isolation protects older adults
What does age-friendly look like?
It's Hunger: Let's Call It What It Is
Why Older Adults Face More Danger in Natural Disasters
Making Communities LGBT Aging Friendly
What's Art Got to Do With It?
International Aging: It's Not What You Think 
Growing Old Alone?
Why We Need Age-Friendly Communities

GIA age-friendly communities work and Community AGEnda news.

Grantmakers In Aging launches three-year project to improve the experience of rural aging
GIA receives $1.49 million grant from the Pfizer Foundation for a third year of Community AGEnda initiative
New age-friendly infographics available from Community AGEnda
Age-appropriate: As Baby Boomers grow older, age-friendly policy is becoming critically important: American City and County magazine
Grantmakers In Aging receives $1.3 million grant renewal from the Pfizer Foundation to help communities become more “age-friendly”
Community AGEnda Online Database, Research & Tools
Community AGEnda Q&A
Community AGEnda Unique Resources

GIA News

Grantmakers In Aging launches three-year project to improve the experience of rural aging
GIA receives $1.49 million grant from the Pfizer Foundation for a third year of Community AGEnda initiative
GIA receives $1.3 million grant renewal from the Pfizer Foundation to help communities become more “age-friendly”
Grantmakers In Aging Receives $1.3 million from the Pfizer Foundation to Boost ‘Age-friendly’ Communities
Creating an Age-Friendly America

GIA Welcomes Prominent Kansas City Philanthropists to Pane Discussion at 2013 Annual Conference
Grantmakers In Aging Names John Feather, PhD, as New CEO
GIA has new a new home
Longtime GIA Executive Director Carol Farquhar retires
GIA Elects 2011 Board of Directors