Livable Communities

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In October, Maryland will mark its eighth annual Walktober, a monthlong series of activities and online “walkinars” to promote walking and to highlight pedestrian safety.
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AARP Maryland is awarding five Baltimore City non-profits a combined $85,650 in funding as winners of AARP 2022 Community Challenge Grants. Now in its sixth year, the program supports quick-action projects that spark change and improve communities in key livability areas of public spaces, transportation, housing, civic engagement, coronavirus recovery, diversity and inclusion, plus other innovative projects.
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Carroll joins nine Maryland jurisdictions committed to helping residents continue to thrive as they age.
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Hyattsville is one of six Maryland localities so far that have joined the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities.
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2021 AARP Community Challenge grants are funding three quick-action projects, including Little Free Pantry locations, an art project in East Baltimore and an advocacy network focused on helping educate older residents about important financial issues.
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AARP Foundation Experience Corps is comprised of volunteers who are dedicated to helping children become great readers before completing the third grade. Together, with teachers and other volunteers, they can help change the course of a child's life by sharing their time, wisdom and experience.
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Projects will benefit low-income communities in Baltimore City and Howard County, including residents over the age of 50.
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Join AARP Maryland, the Enoch Pratt Free Library and OSI Baltimore for an evening of conversation with Lawrence T. Brown, author of The Black Butterfly: The Harmful Politics of Race and Space in America.
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AARP advocates on policy issues that matter most to Marylanders age 50 and over and their families. In our state legislative advocacy, we rely on our hundreds of volunteers and more than 870,000 members across Maryland.
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Join AARP Maryland’s State President Jim Campbell and Wes Moore, author and CEO of Robin Hood Foundation, in conversation about the impact of socioeconomic disparities on communities of color.
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