AARP Foundation Launches Fre$h Savings Program in Mississippi and Tennessee
Through the AARP Foundation Fre$h Savings program, SNAP receipients in Mississippi and Tennessee can buy more fresh fruits and vegetables with their SNAP card. Here's how the program works.
AARP Foundation and ProMedica Announce National Root Cause Coalition to Address Hunger as a Public Health Issue
The primary goal of the organization, titled The Root Cause Coalition, is to become the nation’s leading advocate of programs, policies and research to eradicate hunger, food insecurity and health disparities. Learn more
In the Spotlight
Make Thanksgiving a Time for Connection
A large portion of gratitude is in order this Thanksgiving, not only for the bounty on our tables, but also for the social connections that nourish us and help us thrive - connections to family, to friends and neighbors, and to all the forms of community in our lives. These connections are so embedded in who we are that we often don't think about them. Read
People using federally funded SNAP benefits to buy fresh fruit and vegetables at several Kroger stores in Greater Members can get up to $20 a month more in fresh produce through an incentive program announced today by AARP, Kroger and UnitedHealthcare. Read
open grant competitions
BACK TO WORK 50+: Network Expansion (PDF)
AARP Foundation is seeking proposals from nonprofit intermediary organizations who can host multiple sites within a regional geographic area that provide the core features of BACK TO WORK 50+.
Download the PDF
Programs & Services
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is the nation's oldest program to help low-income, unemployed individuals aged 55+ find work. Go