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Grantmakers In Aging Receives $1.3 million from the Pfizer Foundation to Boost ‘Age-friendly’ Communities

08:00 EDT 1 Nov 2012 |

Community AGEnda program to help America’s towns and cities prepare for a growing older population

NEW YORK & WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In partnership with the Pfizer Foundation, Grantmakers In Aging (GIA), a national association of funders, today launched Community AGEnda: Improving America for All Ages, announcing five grants of $150,000 each to local groups in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, and the greater Kansas City area to accelerate their efforts to become “age-friendly” – that is, great places to grow up and grow old.

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MacKay Jimeson, 212-733-2324
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