Today, AARP New York announced new disaster relief funding from AARP Foundation to support victims of Hurricane Ida. Two grants of $100,000 each will be given to JASA and Selfhelp Community Services to provide direct assistance to those in need in New York. The funding is part of 10 grants from AARP Foundation totaling $2 million to organizations in the hardest hit states along the Gulf and East Coasts.
New York City Woman Named Runner Up in AARP Show Your Love Volunteer Contest for Exceptional Service During Coronavirus Pandemic
AARP New York announced today that Sonia Valentin Fernandez of New York City was named as a runner-up in AARP’s Show Your Love Volunteer Contest. As part of AARP’s Create the Good® program, the competition honors exceptional individuals who have continued their volunteerism and service in the wake of the current coronavirus crisis.
Do YOU enjoy giving back to your community? AARPNY is seeking virtual volunteers to support AARP programs and advocacy work that will make a difference for New Yorkers 50-plus and their families. All it takes is a computer, tablet, or phone from the comfort of your own home!
What does a Gen X’er and a Millennial have in common? Connect with us on Monday, December 21 at 6 pm EST as #AARPNY presents an intergenerational series, “Reggie and Tevin Speak” featuring our own Reggie Nance as he leads discussions with Tevin Lanier on the topics of aging, caregiving, financial security, and personal fulfillment.
Did you know that meditation reduces anxiety, lowers blood pressure and promotes deeper and longer sleep? #AARPNY is proud to present a four-week virtual series, Monday’s Mindfulness Meditation with Virginia C. Oehler MSED, a certified meditation coach.
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