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En español | The AARP Purpose Prize award recognizes the work of these fellows who are using their life experience to build a better future for us all.
Clarkston Community Health Center - Atlanta, Georgia
The center is a free health clinic with a mission to be a state-of-the-art, culturally and linguistically competent primary and preventive health care facility, providing a medical home to Clarkston residents and to those in need throughout north Georgia.
Montana Racial Equity Project - Bozeman, Montana
A nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, the project advocates equity and justice for historically marginalized, disenfranchised and oppressed peoples in Montana.
Asian Women for Health - Somerville, Massachusetts
AWFH is a peer-led, community-based network dedicated to advancing Asian women's health and well-being through education, advocacy and support.
Unshakeable - Henderson, Nevada
Unshakeable’s mission is to guide women recovering from trauma (homelessness, domestic violence, substance addiction and human trafficking) to return to the workforce and achieve financial independence.
Spoon - Portland, Oregon
Spoon empowers caregivers to meet the feeding and nutrition needs of children living outside of family care and children with disabilities, so they have the best chance possible to reach their full potential.
Peninsula College Fund - Menlo Park, California
PCF’s mission is to empower low-income, first-generation college students to graduate and obtain a job that aligns with their career goals.
Camp Blue Skies - Charlotte, North Carolina
Camp Blue Skies was established with a mission to offer camps to adults with developmental disabilities, enhancing their lives through recreation, socialization and life skills education.
Berkeley Chess School - Berkeley, California
The school’s mission is to help all children, especially those struggling with learning inequalities, reach their full academic potential, flourish as good citizens and good human beings, and become champions of their own lives.
RaiseAChild - Santa Rosa, California
RaiseAChild recruits, educates and nurtures prospective foster families while partnering with agencies and the Department of Children and Family Services to improve the process of advancing foster children to safe, loving and permanent homes.
National Organization of African Americans with Cystic Fibrosis - North Little Rock, Arkansas
The mission of NOAACF is to engage, educate, and raise CF awareness in the African American community to help bring valuable resources, knowledge, empowerment and support to CF patients, families, health care professionals and the community.
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