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AARP Foundation Applauds Denny's and Chase Card Services' Participation in Senior Hunger Awareness Month Campaign

This campaign was critical to bring the issue of senior hunger to the forefront of people's minds and encourage them to get more involved. We are deeply grateful for the participation of Denny's and Chase through its AARP® Credit Card from Chase program. They have been instrumental in helping us get the word out about the many ways each and every one of us can make a difference during Senior Hunger Awareness Month – and throughout the year. Read

AARP Foundation’s Drive To End Hunger Extends NASCAR Sponsorship

Drive to End Hunger “has donated more than 34 million meals.Kasey Kahne expressed his excitement to work with AARP Foundation to continue those efforts and make a difference for the millions of older ericans who need our support. Read

AARP Foundation Boost Employment Initiative

At a time when many workers start thinking seriously about retirement, others need help finding and keeping jobs to avoid slipping into poverty later in life. Read

One Ring Con & Our Response to Fraud

Did someone call your cell phone once or twice and hang up? Did you call the number back, or were you just thinking about it? Read

Collaboration with AARP Foundation Will Reach and Empower More Americans

Older adults who want to improve their overall health will benefit from using MyPlate for Older Adults. Many people are not aware of the key role that healthy eating patterns play in improving their bodily function such as that of brain, eye and the immune system. Read

In the Spotlight

Twelve facts about food insecurity and SNAP

The prevalence of food insecurity in the US, distinguishing it from poverty and highlighting the need for SNAP as a “an important macroeconomic stabilizer.”   Read

10 Ways the Elderly Can Avoid Financial Abuse

If others are aware of the senior's finances, either possible predators will see that no opportunity exists to take advantage of the senior or the family members or professionals can step in to keep any fraud from going too far. Here are some steps seniors or their loved ones can take to prevent financial abuse. Read

All About Impact Investing the Age Strong Way

AARP Money and Work Expert Kerry Hannon discusses impact investing and offers Age Strong as a prime example of this new way of helping older adults in need. Read

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Age Strong: An Impact Investment
Opportunity

Age Strong is an innovative social investment initiative to invest in critical services and programs for struggling adults 50-plus. Learn more

Featured
Programs & Services

AARP Foundation SCSEP

The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is the nation's oldest program to help low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55+ find work. Go

AARP Tax Aide

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide

This program offers free assistance with tax-return preparation. Go

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Housing Solutions Center

This program offers free HUD-certified counseling and assistance to 50+ homeowners who are at risk of foreclosure. Go

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BACK TO WORK 50+

We are partnering with workforce services providers to strengthen the bridge between 50+ job candidates and respected employers. Go

AARP Experience Corps: Blue Hill Boys and Girls Club

AARP Foundation Experience Corps

Experience Corps is a literacy program that utilizes highly trained volunteers age 50 and over to help struggling students become great readers. Go