Join CO-AGE Today
The Coalition of Advocates for Georgia's Elderly (CO-AGE) was begun and is led by the Georgia Council on Aging. The coalition is meant to be:
- a forum to identify and address concerns of older Georgians
- a vehicle for bringing broad-based input on aging issues from across the state
- a diverse group of organizations, individuals, consumers and providers interested in "aging specific" and inter-generational issues
- a unifying force communicating the importance of providing supportive communities and adequate services & programs for older Georgians
You can join CO-AGE at the click of a button now. Use our secure credit card payment method and you will receive immediate confirmation! Your membership supports many advocacy efforts throughout the year and provides you the benefits listed below. Don't delay. Join today.
CO-AGE is open to any individual, business, organization or agency interested in issues affecting older and disabled adults. Participants are encouraged to voice their concerns, submit issues for the prioritization process, and engage in joint advocacy efforts.
- Most current updates and news on meetings/conferences/events involving senior related concerns
- Ability to submit legislative and budget priority issues
- Voting privileges for Legislative Issues each year (1 per individual, 5 per organization)
- Subscription to Senior Issues Email Newsletter (monthly issues, weekly during session)
- Invitation to all CO-AGE events and meetings
- Important Advocacy Alerts on issues impacting seniors in Georgia
- Web Link to organization/business on "Our Partners" page for Organizational Participants
Free Non-voting Individual Membership
If you would like to receive our e-newsletter and alerts only (at no cost), you can sign up by using the JOIN OR RENEW button above. Choose the "Free Individual Non-voting membership" option and follow the instruction. You will begin receiving our communications so that you can stay up to date on the issues impacting seniors in our state. There is no need to do this step if you already receive our Senior Issues Newsletter and other email communication. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office: 404.657.5343.