Give back with AARP through Day of Service! Take on today by volunteering at one of the four locations listed below. Register and attend by clicking on the links provided for each event. Come and discover the Real Possibilities that you can be a part of within your community!
Here at AARP, we know that you have a lifetime of experience to offer. If you are looking for a way to share it, we can help. As an AARP volunteer within the Hoosier State you will be front and center in helping to achieve meaningful and impactful change at a local, state, and federal level while having fun along the way! Whether your interests lie in fighting fraud and scams, supporting family caregivers, making your community more safe and secure for people of all ages, or ensuring you and your loved ones financial security is sturdy for years to come, volunteering for AARP may be right for you.
This week, AARP Indiana headed to Washington, D.C. to advocate on behalf of AARP members and all older Americans on the crucial issues of Family Caregiving and Social Security. State Director Sarah Waddle and State President Joe Everett advocated for family caregivers as well as Social Security while meeting with Members of Congress and carrying out crucial asks.
The human contribution is the essential ingredient. It is only in the giving of oneself to others that we truly live. - Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus.
We know you have accomplished so much throughout your life. And, we cannot wait to see what’s next! That is why AARP Indiana wants to continue the journey with you while you take the next steps to build on a purposeful and fulfilling life. Come and be inspired with a vision of what your future could look like by joining PBS and Life Reimagined to connect with others in Indianapolis. (Re) discover what matters through this exciting event - Unlocking the Power of Purpose Hosted With WFYI Public Television - on April 7th in Indianapolis.
More than one in five individuals age 65 and older do not drive and need a variety of options to stay connected to their communities. That is nearly 8 million people in need of safer streets where they can walk and bicycle close to their home. AARP believes state and regional planners as well as traffic engineers should consider the needs of all users as they age. That means improving roadways and intersections and including other livable community features to improve safety. This includes focusing on improving sidewalks, proper crosswalk signal timing and bicycle lanes.
“The human contribution is the essential ingredient. It is only in the giving of oneself to others that we truly live.” -Ethel Percy Andrus
We know your family values security and privacy, particularly when it comes to your money and personal information. With the recent news regarding Anthem Inc.’s data breach, AARP Indiana wants to provide steps Hoosiers can take to reduce the damage to their good name and credit rating. The reported breach exposed personal information including Social Security numbers of millions of people.
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