The number of hungry Alaskans is growing as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the holiday season. More and more people are experiencing "food insecurity," or a lack of consistent access to enough food.
Two upcoming workshops that will give you the tips and resources you need as a caregiver and to advance your technology skills, focusing on tangible, helpful advice during the pandemic.
A visit to a museum can be an educational, inspiring and calming experience. Museums expand our horizons, teach us about the world and provide moments of peaceful reflection.
AARP is investing in Alaskan communities, by funding projects to install air quality sensors, create an art and cultural trail, provide lifejackets at water recreation locations and create an area for growing fresh food. These 2020 Alaska Community Challenge grant winners will receive a total of $33,304.
Join the AARP Alaska Fraud Watchdog team on Thursday, Aug. 27, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Hosted by Michelle Tabler, field investigator for Securitas Critical Infrastructure Services, Inc., the team will listen to and then discuss an episode of AARP’s The Perfect Scam podcast. In August, the group will focus on "imposter scams."
Join AARP Alaska at “What Affects My Brain Health?”-- an event with Dr. Adam Grove of Head To Toe Holistic Healthcare and the YMCA's Erin Widener on Tuesday, Aug. 25, at 2 p.m.
You might not be able to physically attend events, but AARP Hawaiʻi is hosting workshops virtually for you to stay connected! Below is a list of upcoming AARP Hawaiʻi Webinars that you can join for free. Topics include disaster planning, home improvements and brain health.
AARP is extending the deadline for the Community Challenge Grant Program to fund “quick-action” projects to improve local communities. Applications must now be submitted by 6 p.m. Hawa`i time on May 15, 2020. The deadline had been April 1. Winners will be announced in August and all projects must be completed by December 18.
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