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An accurate census count is crucial to secure funding for programs older adults rely upon in the District.
DMV art contest winners will be recognized in Beacon newspaper and with later reception.
Multigenerational program assists children to become proficient readers.
AARP District of Columbia is calling on everyone to advocate for age-friendly programs in the District including Safe at Home, nutrition services, and funding for affordable housing and transportation.
Need a speaker? AARP Speakers Bureau offers presentations on topics like family caregiving, fraud prevention, the 2020 U.S. census and job searching in the digital age.
Want to save money on your water bill? You may be eligible for discounts offered by DC Water and the district government.
Take advantage of AARP’s Smart Driver course, a refresher tutorial that can be taken in person or online. If you complete the course, you could earn a discount on your automobile insurance (contact your agent to learn more).
AARP District of Columbia is recruiting volunteers for the AARP Foundation Experience Corps, to tutor and mentor children from pre-K to third grade in the 2019-20 academic year.
Looking ahead to the 2020 city budget, AARP District of Columbia and the DC Senior Advisory Coalition are hosting a Lobby Day, on Tuesday, April 30, at the Wilson Building, which houses the offices of the mayor and D.C. Council.
If you are a D.C. resident 65 or older, you may be eligible for a property tax credit.
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