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AARP North Dakota

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Fargo volunteer Evert Van Engelenhoven is the recipient of the prestigious Andrus Award. His organization, Furniture Mission of the Red River Valley has helped thousands of people rebuild their lives. Learn more about Evert and our other outstanding nominees.
Get together, get healthier, spot a scam and more with our free, unique and varied events. Join us today!
The AARP ND team broadcasts All Things AARP ND on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. We keep it short, while bringing you updates on AARP initiatives, interviews, insider information and maybe even a few laughs.
Making art increases focus, lowers stress, and creates joy. Tap into all those positives with AARP ND's fall art classes.
This fall we're bringing back our popular online yoga series. Gain greater strength and flexibility through options for every person and every body.
AARP is hosting free in-person events this month to educate North Dakotans about how to get the most from Social Security.
With more than 17 percent of North Dakota residents receiving Social Security benefits and ten percent of beneficiaries receiving spousal benefits, Social Security is an important piece of the retirement puzzle for many North Dakotans.
Social Security is a core part of the retirement income of most Americans. How much can you count on receiving?
In June 2023, the City of Mandan, in partnership with AARP of North Dakota, launched Art on a Box, a community-driven public art project that enhances the visual landscape of downtown Mandan.
Social Security is your money — you earned it through a lifetime of hard work. And like most Americans, that money is needed to help cover living expenses and pay bills. Nearly one in six North Dakota residents – 138,461people – receive Social Security benefits, and 44 percent of residents 65 and older rely on the program for at least half of their income.[
Thanks in part to significant support by AARP members and advocates, the City of Bismarck and the City of Mandan will invest in BisMan Transit's paratransit service ensuring the continuation of safe, reliable and affordable transportation for those with disabilities and/or over 70 years old.
AARP North Dakota has skilled volunteers available to provide presentations throughout the state.
AARP North Dakota has always worked to protect our seniors from fraud. Now our push in the state legislature has paid off with a new Restitution Assistance Fund.
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