Congratulations on signing up to Grandparents.com’s American Grandparents Association (AGA), a non-political group dedicated to enhancing the lives of grandparents and their families. When you sign up on Grandparents.com, you become a member of the AGA, and benefits include:
You’ll receive all the information you want to know—from the best ways to protect your knees, to cheapest places to retire, to haircuts that flatter—delivered right to your inbox.
You’ve now got access to amazing discounts and fantastic giveaways on everything from clothing and eyewear to toys and travel, in our Grand Deals section. Learn more about Grand Deals here.
Join in on the conversation in our Community section, where other grandparents just like you talk about issues that are on their mind: Mother-in-Law/Daughter-in-Law ups and downs, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Single Grandparents, and more. You’ll even have the opportunity to be chosen as a group moderator. Click here for the Community.
Grand Corps is our volunteer group designed to mentor and give back. To find a volunteering activity through the Grand Corps, click here.
By invitation only, this is for our most active members. As an advisory council member, you can play an integral part in what we publish on Grandparents.com. You’ll be asked your opinions on ideas and features, road-test products and you may even appear in stories.
The Grand Card is the first-ever, universal rebate debit card that will provide automatic cash rebates for pharmaceutical products and consumer goods & services to Grandparents.com/AGA members.
About the American Grandparents Association: Grandparents.com established the AGA to enhance the lives of grandparents and those around them. The AGA is a non‑political organization that provides tools to foster connections among grandparents, their children and grandchildren; promotes awareness of grandparents’ rights in the 50 states; creates awareness for and addresses issues facing grandparents raising grandchildren; and promotes charitable, educational, philanthropic and other causes.
How well do you get along with your grandchild and other family members? Want to know if your personalities mesh?Find out here.