Be Part of the Solution
Today, more than 10 million older adults are living in poverty in the U.S., and more than 37 million are just one life event away from slipping into it. You can help.
From 2007 to 2012, AARP Foundation’s Women’s Scholarship Program helped low-income women win back opportunity. The Foundation’s scholarship program funded education, training and skills upgrades, leading to better employment opportunities and increased financial security for women and their families.
Due to the need to fund other programs that will be able to assist greater numbers of struggling older people, AARP Foundation has discontinued funding individual scholarships through the Women’s Scholarship Program in 2013.
While AARP Foundation Women’s Scholarship program is no longer available, there are many grant, scholarship and fellowship programs administered nationwide. We recommend visiting:
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Eighty-one cents of every dollar we spend goes toward programs and services that help low-income older adults. We have met every one of the Better Business Bureau’s 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.