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AARP Arizona

Working to enhance the quality of life for all Arizonans
JUL 1, 2024
Social Security's trust fund reserves are continuing to shrink. That’s why shoring up the program's finances is one of two advocacy priorities for AARP Arizona as voters gear up for the November election. The state organization is also focusing on more support for family caregivers.
The names of the first 10 Medicare drugs whose prices the federal government will negotiate directly with manufacturers were released Aug. 29. Popular but pricey blood thinners, diabetes medications, cancer treatments make historic list.
JUN 27, 2024
AARP announced eight organizations throughout Arizona will receive 2024 Community Challenge grants
JUN 21, 2024
Data Reveal Where Candidates Stand to Woo More Voters by Gender, Ethnicity, and on Issues Ranging from the Economy to Family Caregiving
JUN 12, 2024
Donald Trump leads over President Joe Biden among older voters; Senate race is neck-and-neck between Rep. Ruben Gallego and Kari Lake.
Join us for a free virtual seminar in your area to explore Social Security eligibility requirements, how age, employment and marital status factor in, and helpful tools like the AARP Social Security Resource Center.
Tax season isn't just about filing returns; it's also prime time for IRS impostor scams. According to the Federal Trade Commission, consumers reported theft of $5.8 million via these scams in 2023 alone. Here is what you need to know about IRS impostors so you can stay one step ahead of these crooks.
Arizona: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
During April and the celebration of Women’s History Month, it’s important to note that at the core of AARP’s foundation is the inspiring story of Ethel Percy Andrus. She was a pioneering woman whose mission to empower older adults and champion their rights created a legacy that extends far beyond her time. Ethel's unwavering passion continues to live on through dedicated women who serve and volunteer at AARP Arizona, spreading warmth, compassion, and hope.
Did you know that AARP has at least one office in every state? As a volunteer with your local AARP Arizona team, you may provide education, advocacy or other services to address community needs and help people 50-plus live their best lives — and you’ll work side by side with our dedicated staff and other volunteers!
In December 2023, Arizona State University celebrated the graduation of over 11,000 students, among whom Cindy Lee stood out not just for her academic achievements but for her inspiring journey. At 67, Lee was awarded the title of Outstanding Graduate from the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, marking a significant milestone of earning a master’s degree decades after graduating from college.
AARP Arizona’s top legislative priority this year is pushing for improvements to the state’s long-term care system. AARP is looking for volunteers to help advocate at the Legislature, as well as for Arizonans willing to share their experiences with the state’s nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
AARP Arizona proudly participated in Cupid Crew, a heartwarming campaign to spread love and joy to older adults within our communities. Our volunteers delivered roses and cards to older adults as a symbol of our appreciation and respect for their invaluable contributions to society.
AARP's state tax guide on 2023 Arizona tax rates for income, property, retirement and more for retirees and residents over 50.
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