This Black History Month, AARP salutes people who create positive change in their communities and in the world.
We invite you to join us in the celebration – without leaving town.
From Feb. 1 through Feb. 28, you can get a discount on AARP membership (25 percent off for new or renewing members) and on the online AARP Driver Safety course. You may even be able to get together with friends and neighbors for a free movie screening of The Black Panther (offered in more than 80 communities).
Or you could be one of those people who make a difference – through the Create The Good Dream Builders Contest. Share a “dream” volunteer project you are working on or that you want to carry out with a local non-profit organization. You could win up to $2,500 for that project! For more information on the contest, visit the Dream Builders contest site.
AARP staff and volunteers will also be at numerous events taking place in Philadelphia. If you’re attending any of the following events, stop by and connect with AARP to learn about what we’re doing, right here in your local community, to help the 50+ and their families.
Saturday, February 3, 1p-4p
26th Annual African American Children’s Book Fair
Community College of Philadelphia (CCP), Spring Garden Street
Saturday, February 10, 11a-3p
Alpha Kappa Alpha – AKA Sorority 61st Annual Luncheon & Fashion Show
Drexelbrook Event Center Facility – 4700 Drexelbrook Drive, Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Saturday, February 17, 2p
Movies for Grownups – Black Panther Screening
United Artist – Main Street Theatre, 63720 Main Street, Manayunk, PA 19127
Sunday, February 18, 10:30a-12p
Lunar New Year Parade
Streets of Chinatown, Philadelphia
“You’re never too young or too old to make a difference in your own life or in the lives of others. So, let today be the first day you follow your dreams. And let AARP help.”