Interested in a community-level volunteer opportunity that can truly make a difference in the life of a child and his or her future? We're looking for people to be paired as volunteer literacy tutors to help children attending school in Boston and Revere improve their reading and literacy skills.
agefriendly-boston_image from city of boston
How can Boston become a more age-friendly city? If you’re a Boston resident, we’re sure you have some thoughtful answers to this query and perhaps some ideas of your own. In fact, AARP—along with the office of Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the UMass Boston Gerontology Institute—would like to invite you to share those thoughts and ideas with us! 
Age-Friendly Boston logo_WP
Boston is taking steps to join the World Health Organization’s network of age-friendly cities. Such cities strive to provide pedestrian-friendly streets, affordable housing, transportation options, easy access to key services and opportunities for residents to participate in community activities.
Crowd shot_resized
Here’s an update on this week’s advocacy work from the AARP Massachusetts state office.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace at Dusk
Life@50+, AARP’s national expo, is coming to Boston.  Right in our own back yard, about 10,000 boomers will gather at the beautiful Boston Convention and Exhibition Center for a three-day party.  And it all takes place May 8, 9 and 10. 
AARP Massachusetts is seeking about 800 energetic volunteers to help people enjoy the AARP Life@50+ national event and expo in Boston, May 8-10.
During this cold January when cabin fever peaks, why not join fellow AARP members and your friends at AARP Massachusetts for a free movie in Boston?
Search AARP States