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AARP Georgia

Find out more about what AARP Georgia is doing in your community and across the state.
Nominate an outstanding 50+ volunteer who enriches their community for AARP Georgia's 2024 Andrus Award by July 15, 2024.
ATLANTA, Georgia— Fraud and robocalls are more than just a nuisance—they're a significant threat to consumers' finances and well-being. In the latest episode of AARP Georgia’s “Nothing But a Number,” Hilary Williams Thomas, Senior Associate State Director of Advocacy and Outreach with AARP Georgia, sits down with Anna Burns, Regional Director for the Southeast Region of the Federal Trade Commission, to mull over valuable insights on how to identify and protect yourself from various scams.
In the latest episode of "Nothing But a Number," Alice Bennett from AARP Georgia discusses the Work and Save legislation for Georgia, featuring insights from Kathie Summers Grice, managing partner and founder of Dirigo Partners, a national advocacy firm.
In this podcast episode, we peel back the layers of some of the most prevalent scams targeting older Georgians.
The 6th Annual Atlanta Women in Leadership Luncheon focused on celebrating veterans.
To our volunteers, we want you to know that your contributions do not go unnoticed or unappreciated.
Joe Gavalis and Dan Flynn each spent their careers in law enforcement going after hard-core criminals, including some in organized crime. Now retirees, the two Georgians are using their combined 75-plus years of experience to take on elder abuse.
NEGRC joins almost 800 other communities around the country that have committed to preparing for an aging population.
With her passion, expertise, and vibrant energy, we know she'll make a remarkable addition to our team.
The former first lady's push to support family caregivers lives on. The Rosalynn Carter Institute provides training for family caregivers and has partnered with AARP Georgia to help support caregivers.
February witnessed AARP Georgia spearheading events that transcended mere gatherings, becoming milestones in the pursuit of advocacy, financial security, and cultural enrichment.
Led by distinguished panelists, including Atlanta news legend Monica Pearson as the moderator, attendees will delve into the intricate world of genealogy.
Here’s what to know, whether you’re a resident who’s working or retired, or if you’re considering a move to Georgia.
It serves as a testament to the organization's dedication to advocacy, community, and the overall betterment of its members' lives.
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