For more than 60 years, AARP has been a 'wise friend' and 'fierce defender' helping individuals to ensure that their money, health, and happiness live as long as they do.
AARP Indiana works hard to improve the lives of Hoosiers and empower people to live how they choose as they age.
AARP is proud to highlight our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, and to honor her legacy during Women’s History Month.
Update: AARP Indiana has extended its nomination period for the Andrus Award to August 16, 2019. Nomination forms can be found here.
Lucille Moore of Indianapolis has been selected by AARP Indiana to receive the 2018 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service. This award, which is named after AARP’s founder Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, is AARP’s most prestigious volunteer tribute that recognizes outstanding individuals who are sharing their experience, talents and skills to enrich the lives of others. Moore was presented with the award at AARP Indiana’s annual volunteer celebration in Indianapolis.
AARP Indiana is hosting Coffee on Us in Gary on Monday, June 4. This event, and others like it, offer opportunities for local residents to suggest ways that AARP can address community issues through education and advocacy. AARP will buy the coffee, and state office staff will listen to Hoosiers’ concerns at J’s Breakfast Club from 9 to 11 a.m.
AARP Indiana is sponsoring several events this month to help Hoosiers with spring cleaning and fighting fraud. The first event offers free paper shredding at Wesselman Park in Evansville on Friday, April 20, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Fishers, a suburb of Indianapolis, has been officially designated the state’s first age-friendly community.
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