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In the depths of the COVID-19 pandemic, AARP Maryland volunteer Mary Angela Baker wanted to connect people who were feeling isolated. Her solution: a quarterly virtual book club featuring Maryland-related books.
AARP Maryland's Virtual Book Club is a volunteer-led series where we explore contemporary issues in the 50+ community through the lens of literature. The book club meets bimonthly online.
Are you 50 or older, and eager to meet people and socialize with your peers?
AARP has awarded Community Challenge grants to six organizations across Maryland. The projects, which fund community gardens, accessible bus stations and more, are slated for completion by November 30.
AARP Experience Corps volunteers serve as literacy tutors for at-risk children.
AARP Maryland Outreach Director Jen Holz earns national honors.
Seeking help AARP Maryland wants state residents to know there is new help available for people in a mental health crisis.
AARP volunteer advocates celebrate gains for older Marylanders.
UPDATE: Our Speakers Bureau is back for in-person events.
Grants fund quick-action projects that help communities become more livable in the long-term by improving public spaces, transportation, housing, civic engagement, diversity and inclusion, and more.
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