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AARP Kentucky’s Annual Lobby Day in the Capitol is bringing grassroots citizen advocates and their lawmakers together during General Assembly.
These quick-action grants aim to help communities become more livable for people of all ages. Since 2017, AARP has awarded 24 grants totaling $256,500 to Kentucky communities.
Qualifying for health benefits can be complex, but understanding the process can provide better outcomes. Learn more about health benefits provided through the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Department of Defense (DoD).
Media Advisory: The Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC) is collaborating with AARP Kentucky, the University of Louisville, and faith communities in Louisville’s 40203 Zip Code to build a community engagement approach addressing longstanding disparities in serious illness. C-TAC is a nonprofit recognized as the voice of the patient and family impacted by serious illness.
Albert Brunelle of Princeton selected by AARP Kentucky to receive its 2022 Andrus Award for Community Service
Secretary of State Michael G. Adams is joining AARP Kentucky to deliver updates, answer voter questions, and walk voters through their options on “How, Where and When to Vote."
U.S. House of Representatives passed the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, a bill that includes several key provisions to lower the prices of prescription drugs. AARP Kentucky thanks Representative John Yarmuth (KY-03) for supporting this critical legislation that will bring real relief for seniors.
Project uses old wooden doors as the canvas for innovative artwork. Local artists, senior citizens, interested volunteers, and public workers will work jointly to create some 15 door designs highlighting the city's history.
Louisville's Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson is the President and CEO of Molo Village CDC. She's leading the grassroots organization committed to addressing complex issues in the Russell Neighborhood of Louisville.
How to Get Help With Food and Shelter After Flash Flooding in Kentucky — And How to Help Those in Need
Flash flooding from heavy rainfall devastated Eastern Kentucky counties of Breathitt, Floyd, Perry, Knott, Leslie, Pike and Magoffin Counties.
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