AARP and AARP Foundation offer valuable programs in communities across the United States.
Below (and in the video above) are just a handful of the real possibilities we offer.
Let us know if youâ€™d like our help starting something new in your community!
Organized and taught by more than 7,000 local volunteers, the AARP Driver Safety program each year helps more than 500,000 drivers of all ages improve their skills to stay independent and safe on the road.
AARP offers members free tickets to local pre-release screenings of selected movies with storylines and performances that resonate with our generation, our challenges, our passions and our joys.
AARP offers members access to thousands of discounts on everything from restaurants and travel to home security systems. And weâ€™re constantly negotiating new discounts for you and your family.
With the help of more than 35,000 trained volunteers, AARP Foundationâ€™s Tax-Aide program helped secure $1.3 billion in tax refunds for low- and moderate-income members of their communities in 2012. With more than 6,000 Tax-Aide sites across the country, Tax-Aide is one of the most effective volunteer programs in America.
The goal of Life Reimagined is to help turn peopleâ€™s goals and dreams into real possibilities through online and offline programs, experiences, resources and services that help people adapt to their new life phase and live their best lives. Life Reimagined seeks to help people figure out and pursue their next stage in life, especially around entrepreneurship, re-tooling for a new career, and finding opportunities to connect with peers and mentors as they pursue their goals.
Since 2009, AARP has partnered with Walgreens to provide more than $70 million worth of free health tests to underserved communities across the U.S. Look here to find out when one of the four Walgreens health busses will be in your community.
Get free watchdog alerts of scams targeting your area, stay up-to-date on con artistsâ€™ latest tricks, and find out what to do if youâ€™ve been victimized.
An online network to connect you with volunteer opportunities in your area â€“ from food drives to helping military families. More than 435,000 people have volunteered in their community through AARPâ€™s Create The Good initiative.
By partnering with NASCAR Cup Champion Jeff Gordon, AARP and AARP Foundation raise money and awareness of the more than 9 million 50-plus Americans who struggle to put food on the table. Through corporate partnerships, individual donations and hundreds of food drives across the country, this initiative has donated more than 20 million meals.
Through the efforts of 1,700 volunteer mentors, AARP Experience Corps harnesses the experience and passion of older Americans to improve literacy among disadvantaged children in grades K-3.
AARP is engaging citizens, planning experts and local governments to push for â€śage-friendly communities.â€ť By providing affordable and appropriate housing, public transportation and complete streets, these communities enhance personal independence, enable residents to age in their own homes, and foster citizen engagement in civic, economic and social life.
A window to the world â€“ and the answer to nearly every question youâ€™ve ever asked â€“ is just a few keystrokes away. AARP offers free online and in-person technology training to make sure that window is open for everyone.
An online resource center offering information, tools and tips to help you care for an ailing loved one while also taking better care of yourself.
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