AARP Has Help To Stay Connected

Posted on 11/04/20

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We may be apart, but we don’t have to be alone. In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, communities around the country have come together to support those in need. We’ve created the AARP Community Connections website to help you connect with people and organizations that can make life in this difficult time a little easier.

If you need help, we can connect you with local organizations. You can also request to receive a call from one of our Friendly Voice volunteers. Sometimes, just hearing a friendly voice on the other end of the line can help in challenging times. Trained AARP Friendly Voice volunteers will provide a call to say hello. You can request a call for yourself or a loved one here.

If you'd like to help out in your community, we can connect you there, too! You can find a local mutual aid group to help those in need, stay connected, and share ideas. Or we can help you start a group.

You can find all these resources at at the AARP Community Connections website here.

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