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Protecting and Strengthening Programs for Residents 50-plus


AARP DC is focusing its advocacy efforts on protecting and strengthening essential programs and services for residents 50-plus in the District of Columbia. AARP is a strong and consistent voice with officials at the Wilson Building, whether virtually or in person, making sure that DC Councilmembers understand the importance of protecting programs and services such as the Safe at Home Program and the Grandparent Caregiver Program.  

If you are interested in helping raise awareness of AARP DC’s advocacy efforts while fighting for issues that matter to older adults, such as nutrition access, affordable housing, and lowering the cost of prescription drugs, then come volunteer with us as a Ward Liaison! You may be asked to testify before the DC Council, attend community meetings, and disseminate resources in your community. Reach out to us at and put Ward Liaison in the subject line of your email.

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