The Hartford Sponsors AARP Foundation’s Back To Work 50+ Initiative To Support Low-income Older Adults And Generate Small Business Growth
“We are thrilled to sponsor the Back to Work 50+ program to educate and inspire older Americans who are interested in developing their own small businesses,” said Diane Cantello, vice president of Corporate Responsibility at The Hartford. “By encouraging entrepreneurship among older Americans, this program will help foster small business growth and contribute to the vibrancy of our communities.”
Experience Corps and PBS KIDS
Launch Campaign to Reduce Summer Learning Loss
AARP Foundation Experience Corps, PBS member stations and their local partners have joined forces to provide literacy activity booklets to accompany new episodes of the popular show WordGirl, which will air on PBS stations and on YouTube over the summer. Know some elementary age kids? You can download the activity book and reading chart to help bridge the summer learning gap and join WordGirl in expanding vocabularies of children everywhere!
AARP Foundation program manager, Donna Ortega, debunks myths that keep aspiring entrepreneurs older than 50 from starting a small business. Read
In the Spotlight
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