How to Get Help With Food and Shelter After Flash Flooding in Kentucky — And How to Help Those in Need
AUG 2, 2022
Flash flooding from heavy rainfall devastated Eastern Kentucky counties of Breathitt, Floyd, Perry, Knott, Leslie, Pike and Magoffin Counties.
JUL 29, 2022
Absentee voting is available only to voters who meet certain criteria.
JUN 30, 2022
Quick-action projects are helping make communities more livable for people of all ages in Kentucky.
JUN 15, 2022
Staying safe and healthy in extreme weather conditions or unexpected emergencies.
DEC 2, 2020
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A new survey of Louisville Metro Mayoral candidates for the May 17 primary elections. AARP Kentucky asked the candidates where they stand on issues important to Louisville voters 50-plus.
A faith-based effort with volunteers from multiple faith communities to be recognized for continuing rebuilding efforts following December tornadoes.
In the wake of the deadly tornado that ravaged western Kentucky in December, AARP assisted with relief efforts and provided critical information on how to get or offer aid to those affected.
Many communities today lack the affordable, accessible, and varied housing options needed to meet people’s preferences, our changing demographics, and economic realities.
AARP volunteers use tech to virtually connect with their lawmakers during annual AARP Kentucky Lobby Week. Meetings focus on urgent needs of the state’s 430,000 AARP members and all Kentuckians 50-plus.
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