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California becomes the eighth state in the nation to join the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities, a commitment to make the state more livable for people of all ages and abilities.
Participate in Emergency Broadband Benefit Program - New federal initiative can save eligible households on high-speed internet bills.
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Nominate an exceptional volunteer for California’s 2021 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service
Celebrate Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month with Us!
Join AARP California as we take a stand against Asian/Pacific hate crimes and recognize Asian American and Pacific Islander culture and contributions to the United States.
Join us for virtual conversations + enter to win an AARP Sweepstakes!
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ADUs have been legal in California since 2017 and provide a unique housing solution for many homeowners. Hear stories from some of California’s ADU adopters and how they benefited.
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Creating more affordable housing is a key issue California officials hope to address with the state's new “Master Plan for Aging.” It outlines five priorities to help make the state more livable for people of all ages, including putting parks closer to homes and making public transit more accessible.
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AARP’s “Happy Year of the xOXo (Ox) Statue” in San Francisco will be auctioned to support local older adult organization Self Help for the Elderly
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A live phone event for the community to ask questions about the vaccines
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AARP strongly believes that we must stand together to stop racism and work towards dismantling racist narratives.
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