AARP Maryland

Making a difference where you live
NOV 4, 2020
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.
OCT 16, 2020
On Nov. 10, join AARP Maryland 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.
DEC 11, 2020
AARP Michigan would like to recognize the front line worker or caregiver that’s made a difference in your life in 2020.  Join us in saying “thank you” to a caregiver or front line worker that you identify. 
For a complete list of local events that AARP Maryland is participating in around the state, visit our local events page.
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Advice on managing anxieties related to Thanksgiving festivities.
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Movies Under the Stars bring the community together in Beaver Dam with the help of AARP Wisconsin’s Small Dollar, Big Impact Grant.
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Rounding out November as Caregivers’ Month, AARP Virginia’s Lily Liu hosted Melissa Andrews of LeadingAge Virginia on November 20, 2020, in a Caring Conversations discussion on Dementia Friendly Communities.
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As part of our work in Livable Communities, AARP Delaware was the presenting Sponsor for the 2020 Designing Intersection for People in Delaware virtual conference. Organized by our community partner Bike Delaware, the conference had a diverse international panel that included issues experts and engineers from across the country and the Netherlands. It also served as platform for discussion of challenges for eight specific intersections across the State of Delaware that can be made a bit more safe for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.  AARP Delaware State President George Meldrum provided welcoming remarks, expressing AARP’s support for better transportation options for Delawareans, especially those age 50+.
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Video-calling loved ones is a wonderful way to maintain social connection during the holidays, as well as a way to virtually check in on others’ mental wellbeing and physical spaces.
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AARP Montana is accepting submissions for the “Honoring Heroes” volunteer contest, now through December 31, 2020. As part of AARP’s Create the Good program, the competition will recognize the outstanding work of volunteers serving veterans -- and veterans themselves – by shining a spotlight on their efforts to make an impact in their communities.
Join AARP for two upcoming movies in December from the comfort of your home:
Check out two weeks worth of highlights from AARP Maine!
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December gets off to a quick start so we are posting early. Watch for updates!
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