A Night at the Roanoke Pinball Museum

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2017-10-27T11:30:00+00:00">October 27, 2017</time><time class="updated" datetime="2017-11-14T12:17:43+00:00">November 14, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

Have you ever wondered where your favorite pinball games from our youth have gone? Or considered whether those machines (some of which are 50 years old or older) could still be bringing enjoyment to others? At Roanoke‚Äôs Pinball Museum, you can see how more than 60 of these machines have been reconditioned and are ready for play on a daily basis. At AARP, we too believe that age is just a number and that vintage items can often contain the …

Caregiver’s Conference: Creating Moments of Joy

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2017-09-17T08:00:00+00:00">September 17, 2017</time><time class="updated" datetime="2017-10-04T10:42:01+00:00">October 4, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

Creating Moments of Joy Friday, November 10th 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Korean Central Presbyterian Church 15451 Lee Highway, Centerville, VA 20121 Please join us for our 31st Annual Caregivers Conference!¬†Creating Moments of Joy. If you’ve attended the conference in the past, you know what an educational and inspirational day you’ll have. And if you’ve never been to the Northern Virginia Dementia Caregiver’s Conference, please come join us – we know you’ll be glad you came. The conference features an …

Senior Law Day in Alexandria with FREE document shredding!

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2017-09-12T16:57:00+00:00">September 12, 2017</time><time class="updated" datetime="2017-09-13T15:53:21+00:00">September 13, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

¬†Join Us for 2017 Senior Law Day!¬† The seventh annual Senior Law Day will be held on Saturday, October 14, at TC Williams High School auditorium from 9:00 am-12:30 pm. The topic will be ‚ÄúAging in Alexandria: Planning for Life Transitions.‚ÄĚ Local experts will discuss legal and financial considerations related to life transitions, support services and senior residential living options.¬†As we age planning for life transitions can difficult to navigate. Participants will hear from local experts from the Alexandria Bar …

September is Hunger Action Month – Here’s how to help!

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2017-09-01T08:46:02+00:00">September 1, 2017</time><time class="updated" datetime="2017-09-01T08:47:19+00:00">September 1, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

You can access the list of Hunger Action Month activities and area food banks by clicking here. If you have any questions about Hunger Action Month or AARP Virginia’s hunger efforts in general, please contact Brian Jacks, Associate State Director – Community Outreach for the Southwest Region, at bjacks@aarp.org or¬†540-266-0562. Thank you for your efforts to make sure no one goes hungry!

AARP Virginia 2017 Food Drive – September 9-16

Posted on <time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2017-06-27T10:59:19+00:00">June 27, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

Nationwide, more than 8 million adults aged 50 to 64 rely on charitable food assistance to help make ends meet. Not wanting to be a burden, they often suffer in silence. They are more likely to experience chronic illnesses like Diabetes, depression, reduced muscle mass and bone density, and poor vision. They are our family, our friends, and our neighbors – and AARP Virginia is committed to ending their hunger. Each year, AARP Virginia volunteers and staff partner with organizations …

AARP Virginia Needs YOU! Seeking Multicultural Outreach Volunteers

Posted on <time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2017-06-26T17:25:35+00:00">June 26, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

If you are passionate about serving your community through education and advocacy, we have the perfect opportunity for you! Be an AARP Virginia Multicultural Community Ambassador and provide¬†education, advocacy, and outreach in¬†your community! AARP Virginia understands the importance of multicultural volunteers and has made¬†a long-term commitment to multicultural communities. There are several communities – Hispanic/Latino, Asian-American Pacific Islander, and LGBT –¬†with whom we would like to increase our volunteer footprint in an effort to engage community members age 50-plus.¬†Not only …

AARP Virginia State Office Volunteer Opportunity

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2017-06-20T14:44:00+00:00">June 20, 2017</time><time class="updated" datetime="2017-06-20T14:44:43+00:00">June 20, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

6.20.17 AARP Virginia state office has worked¬†to develop a new volunteer position for right here in our office. We are looking for volunteers¬†who are¬†able to come to the office at least one day a week to assist with our day-to-day administrative business under the official title State Office Administrative Volunteer. If you‚Äôve always wanted to get a first-hand look at how we do what we do, this is your chance! This position offers the opportunity to interact one-on-one with state …

AARP Virginia Andrus Award Nomination Deadline is July 1, 2017

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2017-05-25T15:44:25+00:00">May 25, 2017</time><time class="updated" datetime="2017-05-26T12:33:04+00:00">May 26, 2017</time> by AARP Virginia

Recognize an exceptional Virginia volunteer! AARP Virginia seeks¬†nominees for the 2017 Andrus Award for Community Service Winner to receive $500 for nonprofit¬†of their choice Know an extraordinary volunteer age 50 or older? Show your appreciation by nominating¬†her or him for the 2017 AARP Virginia Andrus Award for Community Service, named for AARP’s founder, Ethel Percy Andrus. AARP‚Äôs most prestigious volunteer award recognizes individuals who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills in ways that significantly enrich the lives of others. …

FREE Document Shredding in Roanoke!

Posted on <time class="entry-date published" datetime="2016-10-26T12:17:36+00:00">October 26, 2016</time><time class="updated" datetime="2016-10-26T13:06:19+00:00">October 26, 2016</time> by AARP Virginia

Protect Yourself from Identity Theft and Fraud! There are many ways to protect yourself from identity theft and fraud ‚Äď data breaches, computer malware, simply losing your wallet or having it stolen ‚Äď but one easy way to ensure crooks don‚Äôt get their hands on your personal information is to shred documents that contain it. AARP Virginia is offering FREE document shredding during the Healthy Resources Expo in Roanoke. Each attendee is limited to two boxes or bags of material …

AARP Virginia State President Search

Posted on <time class="entry-date published updated" datetime="2016-10-07T14:00:34+00:00">October 7, 2016</time> by AARP Virginia

10.7.2016 From Jim Dau, AARP Virginia State Director: AARP Virginia is looking for a leader to serve as its volunteer State President. Bill Lukhard, an emeritus member of the state‚Äôs Executive Council, has very capably been serving as our Acting State President following the departure of previous State President Bob Blancato. In addition to chairing the Executive Council, the State President is the chief volunteer spokesperson and frequently represents AARP Virginia at functions across the state. The State President is …