AARP Virginia

Making a difference for all Virginians 50+ and their families
SEP 16, 2019
 Join us in your community for a walk in the park, a movie screening, Dinner, Lunch, an educational workshop, and more. We are in our community helping you make the most of it. Learn how AARP Virginia is working to help you Take on Today and Everyday in the Commonwealth.
DEC 3, 2019
We are looking for a STATE OFFICE ADMINISTRATIVE VOLUNTEER
DEC 1, 2019
Give carefully; 'tis the season for fraud. During this time of charitable giving and online shopping, scammers are looking for opportunities to steal money, goods and identities.
NOV 26, 2019
AARP Virginia is pleased to announce that Olivia Lawrence Dabney of Virginia Beach is one of three recipients of the President’s Award.
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When Courtney Whorton retired from her business in 2004, she knew that there was still much to be done in her Virginia Beach community.
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AARP Volunteers were awarded for their exemplary efforts at the 2019 All Volunteer Assembly (AVA). Devoted to honoring AARP Virginia’s most dedicated volunteers, this year’s AVA highlighted individuals committed to community service and helping everyone age with dignity and purpose.
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AARP Virginia presented the inaugural Shawna Newcombe Award for Fighting Hunger to Wahed Hossaini of Springfield to showcase his exceptional efforts to combat hunger in his community.
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The biggest shopping season of the year is, unfortunately, also the biggest scamming season. Criminals are out in force during the holidays trying to steal your money and personal information. Learn about ways to help protect you and your loved ones.
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by Brenda Carswell, Community Ambassador, AARP VA
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October 29 not only highlighted the 50th Anniversary of Franklin County, AARP Chapter 508. The spotlight also shone brilliantly on Mrs. Nora Wade! Members, friends and family celebrated her 93rd birthday with songs, praises and blessings!
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Bike racks, new bus stop benches and walking paths are among the improvements in Richmond and Bedford
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In Virginia more than 1 million family caregivers provided an estimated 870 million hours of care — worth a staggering $11.2 billion — to their parents, spouses, partners, and friends in 2017, according to state data available in the latest report of AARP’s Valuing the Invaluable series. The complexity of family caregiving increases as medical and nursing tasks continue to enter the home, and family demographics change amidst an aging population.
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