intergenerational volunteering

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - October 24, 2013:Harmony, a first grader in Delilah Montemayor's class is tutored by AARP Experience Corps volunteer Margaret Plenty at Cramp Elementary School.
Did you know that only 31% of 4th graders in this country are able to read at a proficient level?
MD Brandon and Towson U students Day of Service 2015
The following was written by AARP Maryland's Summer/Fall 2015 Communications Intern, Brandon Edwards. Brandon is a senior at Towson University, and he along with several of his classmates participated in AARP's 2015 Celebration of Service on 9/11 in Washington DC.
AARP Maryland salutes intergenerational goodwill in Little Falls Village
The following guest blog was written by Bethesda Chevy Chase High School senior Addisu Dempsey, who with the help of his twin sister Tirhas founded a community assistance group they named "NAH (Nobody's Alone Here)."
By Kathryn Canavan • Once a week, almost 350 Philadelphia elementary school students show up at churches, nursing facilities and retirement homes where adults are waiting to read with them.
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