AARP South Carolina

Making a difference where you live
Federal funds are available to those who suffered financially from the pandemic to assist in the prevention of eviction and disconnection of essential services.
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No matter the forecast, making a disaster plan is essential during Hurricane season. AARP has resources.
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Absentee ballots are available for everyone age 65 and older.
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Ahead of pivotal November elections, AARP South Carolina is working with local media to understand how candidates will address issues affecting older residents.
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AARP South Carolina and the Better Business Burea of South Carolina are hosting Free Community Shred Days throughout the Upstate. You can register for a chance to win one of four $100 shredders.
AARP SC Health Disparities Report 1
AARP South Carolina's effort to inform, educate, and ultimately affect positive change in health outcomes for older African Americans in South Carolina.
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AARP SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE SHRED EVENTS POWER PAPER SHREDDER GIVEAWAY
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Social Security provides only part of what retirees need to pay the bills, and millions of private-sector employees nationwide don’t have a workplace retirement plan that could help fill the gaps.
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Donnell Baker, 79, understands the need for family to stay close when a loved one is admitted to a veterans hospital. Thirteen years ago, her now-late husband, Army veteran and Medal of Honor recipient John F. Baker Jr., needed a medical procedure in Charleston. When he developed complications, she had to stay overnight at a hotel.
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Applications are currently being accepted through March 22, 2022, 5:00 p.m. ET
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A brief look into the focus of AARP South Carolina State Advocacy
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AARP South Carolina wants to ensure the state’s 354,669 veterans and their families are aware of all the resources that are available to them. 
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A recent AARP analysis indicated that 8 percent of South Carolina residents over 50 were food insecure.
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Contact information and more from your state office. Learn what we are doing to champion social change and help you live your best life.