AARP Maryland is once again organizing in-person events, however we have changed our approach in light of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and following strict protocols. We are also continuing to offer an engaging array of virtual programs to keep you entertained and informed.
Don't just toss your sensitive documents...shred 'em for free with AARP! We also have a wealth of valuable information at our AARP Fraud Watch Network workshops about how to stay savvy to the latest scams out there and how to keep yourself and loved ones safe. Our shreds and workshops (often combined) are must-attend events that you don't want to miss! When it comes to our shredding events, please remember: no businesses please, and make sure to remove all plastic and metal clips from documents to be shredded.
Nominate a community volunteer for AARP's 2019 Andrus Award! Named after AARP's founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, the Andrus Award honors outstanding individuals in every state who donate their time, skills and passion as a volunteer. Every year we gather at our annual Andrus Awards event and celebrate the dedication of Maryland's wonderful volunteers.
The following is an op-ed by Jim Campbell, AARP Maryland's Volunteer State President, which ran in the August 17 edition of the Baltimore Sun.
AARP Maryland is once again a sponsor of the exciting Baltimore Women’s Classic 5K, taking place on Sunday, June 24 at Baltimore's Rash Field. Event details here; read below to find out how to get involved with Team AARP in 2018!
Más de 700,000 residentes de Maryland cuidan de sus padres, cónyuges y otros seres queridos mientras también asumen las responsabilidades de un empleo de medio tiempo o tiempo completo.
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