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Make Your Voice Heard on the District's 2024 Budget

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The D.C. Council is working to finalize the city budget for fiscal year 2024, and AARP DC is encouraging residents to make their voices heard in support of programs that help improve the lives of adults 50-plus.

AARP DC’s top priorities include funding for senior nutrition services, including home-delivered meals (available to people 60 and older), and community dining sites, where people can enjoy a meal while socializing. It is also advocating for increased funding for the D.C. Child and Family Services Agency’s Grandparent Caregiver Program. It provides financial assistance to those caring for grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-nieces or great-nephews.

Find your council member’s contact information by going to Stay apprised of AARP DC’s advocacy efforts at

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