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GIA Webinar 5.9: Engaging Older Volunteers to Serve Children and Youth

posted Fri, Apr 20, 2018   by Grantmakers In Aging

Join us for the next Conversations with GIA webinar: "Experienced Helping Hands: Engaging Older Volunteers to Serve Children and Youth." The benefits are exponential when the talents of older adults are leveraged in service to the younger population. Older adults have a lifetime of experience and skills to share and as they engage in their communities, they report improvements in overall health. Presenters: Trent Stamp, CEO, The Eisner Foundation; Michelle Hynes, Strategic Director, Program Development, Encore.org. Moderator: John Feather Ph.D., CEO, Grantmakers In Aging. Sponsored by The John A. Hartford Foundation.

GIA Launches Updated All Together Funding Guide

posted Wed, Apr 18, 2018   by All Together: GIA's Comprehensive Guide to Funding in Aging

GIA is proud to announce the launch of All Together: GIA’s Comprehensive Guide to Funding in Aging. Completely re-designed and updated, the All Together guide offers an indispensable digital resource for grantmakers in all fields who are looking for innovative ways to address the opportunities associated with our aging communities and nation. This represents the 3rd edition and 20th Anniversary of what used to be called For All Ages: GIA’s Guide to Funding Across the Lifespan. Thanks to Archstone Foundation for the generous support that made this new Guide possible.

STRIA News on ReFraming Aging

posted Mon, Apr 9, 2018

The new news service, STRIA News, covers ReFraming Aging in a piece by Bob Rosenblatt that quotes GIA Board Chair Ann Monroe: “What Frameworks did was look at the landscape and give us the tools to reshape not only our communications in the field but public attitudes and beliefs. Now we need to take it out on the road.”

 

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