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AARP South Carolina

Making a difference where you live
JAN 14, 2024
Turn your lifetime of experience into the experience of a lifetime. You can put your time, knowledge and talent to use volunteering with AARP in South Carolina. Join us in service to make your community the best it can be while engaging with others who share your passion.
AARP SC volunteers and staff are committed to making a difference in local communities across the state. Find out what we've been up to and how you can join us!
Report Finds Systemic Gaps in South Carolina in Nursing Home and Home Health Staffing, Along with Care Access and Affordability.
Last year, AARP funded an expansion of the Southeast Diabetes Initiative, a program dedicated to raising awareness around type 2 diabetes for those most at risk of the disease.
Most older adults hope or plan to age in place in their own homes or communities. However, changes in their health and physical abilities often create a need to look for alternative housing options.
AARP South Carolina is looking for a new state president—its top volunteer role.
AARP is educating families about what to consider when choosing an assisted living facility and is pushing for legislative reforms to improve the safety and oversight of such facilities.
AARP South Carolina is committed to helping older adults protect themselves from fraud, scams and financial exploitation. Join us for this upcoming event! Registration is required.
AARP South Carolina needs volunteers to help conduct outreach and boost voter education efforts.
AARP South Carolina is developing plans for the 2024 presidential primaries, which will come earlier here than in most other states.
Eating healthy can help you live your best life. And learning to cook can be fun! Join Chef Veera Gaul as she demonstrates how to prepare simple gourmet dishes that you can make at home. She will share recipes, tips and tricks as she puts a fresh spin on eating healthy. Each class has a different theme, so register for all three!
In the early 1900s, the Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, now called "Black Wall Street," was a vibrant and prosperous community. Despite the challenges and racial injustices they faced, residents of this community built a thriving neighborhood filled with successful Black-owned businesses, attorneys, doctors, and real estate agents. Their achievements were nothing short of remarkable and served as a beacon of hope for Black Americans nationwide.
Veterans report being the target of fraud attempts more than civilians do, according to a 2021 AARP survey — and they are also more likely to lose money in scams.
AARP South Carolina has joined a coalition pushing the Legislature to cap the total of interest and fees for payday and similar lenders at 36 percent.
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