The AARP Bulletin

Stop fraud
Want to help combat scammers? AARP Vermont is looking for more fraud fighting volunteers to staff tables and give talks.
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AARP Vermont and partners developed the Better Places: Place-Based Crowdgranting Program to explore more collaborative funding for community projects.
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AARP Vermont is recruiting volunteers for the 2020 tax season.
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AARP awarded two of its 2019 Community Challenge grants to the cities of Bennington and Newport.
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An AARP-led campaign is expected to bring faster internet service to rural communities stuck with slow or no connections.
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Join fellow AARP Vermont members and socialize while biking around Burlington’s greenways during monthly outings now through September.
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AARP Vermont is bringing Frank Abagnale, a noted expert on fraud prevention, to Burlington to coach members and the public on how to avoid becoming a victim.
Shredding Documents
To help prevent identity theft, AARP Vermont is hosting two shredding events in Burlington and Montpelier, which are free and open to the public.
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Got an idea for a community project you’d like to see become a reality?
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AARP Vermont has awarded grants to four organizations to support their efforts to make Burlington a more livable city.
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