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AARP Triangle and Carolina Mudcats are ready to strike out fraud and identity theft!
Wish of a Lifetime works to grant life-changing wishes to adults 65-plus. Since its inception in 2008, the group has fulfilled more than 2,700 wishes, including a record 292 in 2023.
Black History Month celebrates the significant impact that Black individuals and communities have had on America's history, culture, and progress. AARP is sponsoring or participating in a number of free events throughout North Carolina during February, listed here in chronological order.
RALEIGH, NC — Heather Burkhardt, MSW, of Raleigh, NC, is the recently appointed Associate State Director for AARP in the Triangle Region.
RALEIGH — The start of an academic year brings new beginnings for students across the nation. Many young adults are initiating a new chapter in their lives as they get a step closer to their career aspirations. One student, Lara Tiscareno-Vazquez, a senior at NC State University, wants to help enact public policy that helps people of all ages.
RALEIGH -- Joining Our Voices: Envisioning the Future of Serious Illness Care is a weeklong free virtual symposium that brings together policy professionals, advocates, and peers in conversation to share experiences, innovations, and opportunities for the future of North Carolina’s serious illness care.
CHARLOTTE, NC— Grassroots and campaigns specialist Rebecca Gilbert has been named the new Associate State Director for AARP in the Charlotte Region. AARP Charlotte has been a strong advocate for the region’s 50 plus and presents a regular lineup of local events and educational workshops throughout the region.
RALEIGH, NC – As college students from the area get ready for their summer breaks, one North Carolina State University Masters student, Alex Haire, will be using his time out of the classroom helping inform and instruct older adults when it comes to social media.
AARP can help you stay informed about topics that affect you and your loved ones. Just create an AARP.org account and click to confirm your email address in the follow-up email you receive. You'll be the first to learn about new member benefits, practical resources, and events and programs in your state and community that empower you to choose how you live as you age.
Do you know that AARP is a volunteer-led organization? People all across North Carolina are sharing their time and talents to help improve the health and well-being of families and communities. Whatever causes speak to you, whatever skills or interests you have, you can find a volunteer opportunity that’s fulfilling and makes an impact.
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