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The call for our 2024 Annual Conference proposals is open. Submit 30-minute or 60-minute workshops to take participants "under the hood" of a specific funding scenario. The deadline to submit proposals is March 25, 2024.
GIA welcomes two new members to our Board of Directors. Josh Hodges, Chief Customer Officer with the National Council on Aging (NCOA), and Livia Lam, Program Officer with the Ford Foundation.
Inside Philanthropy has recognized Grantmakers In Aging CEO Lindsay Goldman as Funder Affinity Group Leader of the Year on their 2023 Philanthropy Awards list.
CEO Lindsay Goldman was honored as one of The Responsible 100 by City & State New York, recognizing New Yorkers who are quietly toiling to create a better world for others.
Welcome to the new Grantmakers In Aging website! This new site is designed to enhance user experience and provide easier access to valuable information resources, events, and member-exclusive content.
Inside Philanthropy spotlight on initiatives backed by GIA and funders working together to make places and policy more age friendly.
GIA and Grantmakers In Health Announce Partnership to Support the 2024 Reauthorization of the Older Americans Act
GIA and Grantmakers In Health (GIH) are pleased to announce a new collaboration aimed at mobilizing funders in support of the 2024 reauthorization of the Older Americans Act (OAA).
Grantmakers In Aging CEO Lindsay Goldman addresses the interrelated health and financial challenges faced by women in later life and the structural and systemic changes required for racial equity and gender equity.
“We bring different perspectives, knowledge, and experiences. Together, those act as a force multiplier,” said Rani Snyder, vice president, program, at JAHF. “The partnership is an important part. It’s not just about the money.”
In a much-cited stat from the 2020 census, 10,000 Americans turn 65 every single day. And yet, policymakers are surprisingly sluggish about taking action to support Americans as they age. The Reframing Aging Initiative (RAI), currently housed at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA), began in 2012 when leaders of 10 national organizations, including GSA, AARP, Grantmakers in Aging, the American Federation for Aging Research, and the National Hispanic Council on Aging, among others, got together to find out why.