Commit to making the District of Columbia an Age-Friendly City - a place for people of all ages. Voice your support for a $4.5 million increase in the proposed City Budget that allows the DC Office on Aging (DCOA) to give grants to community organizations serving older District residents. DCOA grants fund city services such as home-delivered meals, affordable housing, adult day health care, and grandparent caregiver subsidies. Follow this link to send your letter of support.
Today, Nora Duncan, state director of AARP Connecticut -- which represents more than 603,000 members age 50 and older in the state -- issued the following statement in response to Governor Malloy’s SF 2015 Mid-Term Budget Adjustments:
In reaction to the release of Gov. Deval Patrick’s Fiscal Year 2015 state budget proposal, Michael E. Festa, state director of AARP Massachusetts — which serves more than 800,000 residents age 50 and older in the Commonwealth — issued the following statement today:
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