It’s Never Too Late to Change a Future - AARP
AARP Foundation is working to improve the lives of struggling people 50-plus. We focus on four priorities where immediate action and legal advocacy will have the greatest impact: hunger, income, housing and isolation.
AARP and Chase Card Services Pack More Than 1 Million Meals - AARP
On September 11, 2015, Chase Card Services and AARP convened thousands of volunteers on the National Mall to make a difference in the greater Washington, D.C. Community
AARP Foundation: Helps Us Win Back Opportunity - AARP
With the help and support of so many volunteers, partners, donors and sponsors AARP Foundation continues to help low-income vulnerable 50+ Americans win back opportunity.
Find Tax Help - AARP
Get free help completing your 2014 tax returns.
Tax-Aide Tax Tips - AARP
AARP South Foundation Tax Aide Volunteer, Patricia L. Bryant offers valuable advice on new Tax Deadlines and what you should do to get prepared to File.
Studying the Effects of Isolation
Professor John Cacioppo, director of the Center for Cognitive & Social Neuroscience at the University of Chicago, discusses early findings linking isolation to increased risk of death.
Why Many People Feel Isolated
Richard Leider, founder and chairman of The Inventure Group, describes why social isolation is a growing problem in our society.
Health Effects of Social Isolation
Dr. Lisa Berkman, director of the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, discusses research findings showing health risks rise for people who are socially isolated, especially older adults.
Habitat for Humanity Fresno County Helps Community Age in Place
Learn how Habitat for Humanity Fresno County is empowering residents to create change in their neighborhood and the impact the program has had on the lives of older adults in West Fresno.
AARP Foundation: Helping Others Get Back to Work
Back to Work 50+ coach tells her own moving story of being unemployed.
AARP Foundation: Help Us Win Back Opportunity
AARP Foundation is working with struggling Americans 50+ to win back opportunity, so they can take control, move from vulnerability to stability and regain their confidence as good providers and members of their communities.