These reports include letters from leaders, highlights of the year, examples of ways in which AARP improved the quality of people’s lives, plus financial summaries and more.
While comprised of different legal entities, AARP speaks with one voice — all united by a common motto: “To serve, not to be served.”
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization that helps people 50+ have independence, choice and control in ways that are beneficial and affordable to them and society as a whole.
AARP Foundation is working to win back opportunity for struggling Americans 50+ by being a force for change on the most serious issues they face today: housing, hunger, income and isolation. By coordinating and supporting them with vigorous legal advocacy, the Foundation serves the unique needs of those 50 and older while working with local organizations nationwide to reach more people and make resources go further. AARP Foundation is a charitable affilliate of AARP.
AARP Experience Corps, an AARP-affiliate charity, is the association’s newest program for volunteers age 50+ who want to tutor and mentor youth in their communities. Operating in 19 cities across the country, AARP Experience Corps helps to improve literacy, primarily in kindergarten through third grade.
AARP Services, Inc., is a wholly owned taxable subsidiary of AARP and provides quality control on behalf of AARP for AARP-branded products. Through the branded products of our service providers, we make available new and better choices to our members. Among these are health and financial products, travel and leisure offerings, and life event services. AARP Services is where AARP’s mission meets the marketplace.