AARP Foundation has received a $3 million investment from the Social Innovation Fund of the Corporation for National & Community Service to expand its efforts to address the challenges facing low-income older adults and grow community-based solutions that really work. The investment will enable the Foundation to broaden its BACK TO WORK 50+ program in association with community colleges. BACK TO WORK 50+ helps older adult job seekers, particularly women, learn skills and connect with services so they can find fulfilling employment and achieve financial stability.
Teaming up with the Miami Dolphins, AARP Foundation made a huge impact in South Florida on Saturday, September 20th! More than 4,000 volunteers gathered to help as we packed and delivered 1 million meals to help feed South Floridians 50+ as part of Hunger Action Month. Read
There are tremendous challenges in ensuring that our houses and communities are ready to support a high quality of life for older adults aging in place now, and the growing numbers of those who will do so in the future. Read