AARP Maryland helping fight hunger with our Harvest for the Hungry Food Drive in March 2015.

—   Updated March 8 2017: Our volunteer sign-up link is now live! If you are interested in volunteering any amount of time for the Harvest for the Hungry 2017 food drive, please register at aarp.cvent.com/Harvest2017.  Between 10-12 percent of Marylanders aged 50+ struggle with hunger, and we are doing our part to help bring relief to those in need while providing volunteers the opportunity to “give where they live.” AARP Maryland helps to combat senior food insecurity through collaboration with various organizations …

AARP will be fighting for 50+ Marylanders in Annapolis in 2015.

—   With more than 895,000 members statewide, AARP Maryland is the voice of the 50+ in your community. From Oakland to Ocean City, and every district in between, AARP invites you to join us at the State House in Annapolis in 2017. • Meet with your local lawmakers to share concerns and priorities. • Testify before legislative committees. • Be part of our Digital Army to spread the word on social media. Raise your voice with us! Below are  some of …

— Nov. 10, 2016 CONTACT Nancy Carr, 410.895.7610 ncarr@aarp.org   State director calls on new leadership to address Social Security, Medicare and Caregiving Maryland— AARP Maryland State Director Hank Greenberg issued the following statement regarding the outcome of the 2016 General Election in Maryland: “AARP Maryland congratulates the winners of the 2016 contests for the US Senate and House of Representatives.  As AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins said yesterday, ‘Now the real work begins.’ AARP Maryland stands ready to work with …

— By Thomas Ferraro  The two major party Maryland candidates for the U.S. Senate agree that bold action is needed to keep Social Security solvent for current and future retirees. But Republican Kathy Szeliga and Democrat Chris Van Hollen disagree on what must be done to enable Social Security to pay full benefits beyond 2034, and if those benefits can and should be increased. In addition, they offer different remedies for Medicare, which is vital to the nearly 880,000 AARP members …

— Thanks to all who attended this event! Look for our next advocacy day in 2016. Want to lend your voice in support of Maryland’s 50+ community? AARP Maryland is seeking volunteer advocates to join us in Annapolis during the 2016 legislative session, and an upcoming training session will educate you on what we do. You’ll have a chance to make a meaningful difference in your community and statewide on important issues like family caregiving and retirement savings. Get involved! AARP …