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AARP South Carolina

Making a difference where you live
Don't fall victim to financial abuse. Learn to spot the red flags so you can keep yourself and your family safe.
In January, Duke Energy Carolinas filed an application to increase its rates by approximately 12.8%. Don’t just stand by and watch. Learn how you can speak out!
Join AARP SC and Chef Veera for a four-part virtual cooking series that will spice up your life. Learn tips and tricks to help you cook like a pro and make healthy food choices. Class dates: March 14, May 23, July 18, Sept. 26.
Each month, state director Charmaine Fuller Cooper provides updates on the work being done around South Carolina to serve the 50+ in our state. Check out the latest.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger South Carolina for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
Given members’ ongoing worries about fraud, AARP South Carolina is working to educate them on how to avoid financial exploitation.
Cassandra Addison is AARP South Carolina’s new volunteer state president, helping lead advocacy efforts to address health care access, Social Security protections, brain health and caregiving.
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as absentee or early voting, or voting with a disability.
AARP South Carolina sets advocacy priorities each year based on input from members and communities across the state. Learn what we are fighting for in 2024.
Cassandra Addison was appointed volunteer state president, beginning January 2024. Learn more about her role and experience.
Turn a lifetime of experience into the experience of a lifetime. Join AARP SC as a volunteer. Learn more.
For the first time since AARP began publishing the Scorecard in 2011, more than half of Medicaid long-term care dollars nationwide for older adults and people with physical disabilities went to home- and community-based services instead of nursing homes and other institution.
Join AARP South Carolina for a series of “Pints and Politics” talks with politicians. Candidates running in 2024 will discuss plans to ensure Social Security remains solvent and which issues they will focus on if elected.
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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.