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Ways to Give

All across the country, older Americans who have worked hard and contributed to their families and communities are facing their later years in crisis.  Following the worst nationwide recession since the Great Depression, millions have lost their jobs and exhausted recession-ravaged savings. Not since the Depression era have we seen such a “perfect storm” of events result in so many seniors facing uncertain and unstable futures.

 

With your generous financial support, AARP Foundation’s programs can help them regain stability, take control of their lives again and create opportunities to thrive.  Discover the many ways you can join AARP Foundation to help adults 50 and older reclaim the future they’ve always pictured for themselves, their children and their grandchildren.

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Donate

Be a part of the solution. Your contribution can help millions of older Americans improve their quality of life.

 

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Opportunity Builders

Become a true partner in our work and get exclusive recognition, access and benefits in one of four levels, starting at $1,000.

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Corporate Philanthropy

Demonstrate your commitment to struggling older Americans and their families to your employees, customers, and community.

 

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Volunteer

Take an active role in helping struggling seniors in your community through volunteer opportunities.

 

 

Connect with the
Foundation

Email:

foundation@aarp.org

 

Toll-free Nationwide:

888-OUR-AARP

(888-687-2277)

 

Toll-free TTY:

877-434-7598

 

AARP Foundation Tax ID

52-0794300

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Be part of the solution.

Help AARP Foundation win back opportunity for struggling Americans 50 and over.

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