APR 12, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Kentucky.
FEB 27, 2021
AARP Kentucky invites community organizations and local governments across the state to apply for the 2021 Community Challenge grant program, now through April 14. Now in its fifth year, the grant program is open to eligible nonprofits and government organizations.
MAR 13, 2021
Community Conversation open to public on March 16 at 6:00 p.m. EST. Local housing and community organizations with will answer questions from Jefferson County residents and discuss recommendations for proposed reforms.
NOV 1, 2019
FEB 20, 2021
Louisville Metro Government is considering changes to simplify building Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). AARP Kentucky supports these reforms for homeowners and family caregivers in proposed Phase One reforms to the Land Development Code. Your voice is needed to support these needed reforms - Now.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Kentucky for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Frontline workers are on duty for 6 to 8 hour shifts at Shiloh Baptist vaccinations to thousands in underserved populations. Local AARP volunteers are showing their support and thanks by providing a free healthy lunch break on Saturday, April 3, 2021
AARP is partnering with the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association (KRTA) to provide former educators with chances to socialize and give back to their communities.
When it comes to your retirement income strategy, planning ahead is the best policy. Catch our free webinar all about Social Security and how to count your benefits into retirement income.
“We thank every member of Kentucky’s Senate and House and especially, Representative Dan Bentley, PharmD., for taking this lifesaving leap forward. Kentuckians are paying too much for prescription drugs like insulin and too many fear one illness could bankrupt their lives. Prescription drugs don’t work if you can’t afford them," AARP Kentucky volunteer State President Charlotte Whittaker.
As the coronavirus pandemic forced stay-at-home orders and closures of local restaurants, it drove innovations like online ordering and virtual cooking shows. One report, from the National Restaurant Association in January 2021, showed the food and beverage sector was devastated, costing nearly 2.5 million jobs compared to pre-coronavirus levels. At the peak of initial closures, the association estimates up to 8 million employees were laid off or furloughed.
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