AARP Wisconsin

Leading Positive Social Change for Wisconsinites Over 50
MAY 12, 2023
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MAY 11, 2023
A proposal submitted by the Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association (TLNA) in Madison to add benches and more fruit plants to its popular Reynolds Community Food Garden has been selected to receive this month’s AARP Wisconsin “Small Dollar, Big Impact” grant.
JUL 22, 2021
We know how impactful $1,000 can be. This is our way of extending some seed money to get these projects off the ground. Apply for this round of funding by June 20th.
APR 16, 2020
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AARP WI is fighting to lower prescription drug costs, support family caregivers, and make it easier for workers to save for retirement. Get involved now!
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Wisconsin for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
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AARP volunteers will play an important role in pushing for policies to improve the lives of older Wisconsinites as lawmakers work to set the 2023–2024 state budget.
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AARP research shows family caregivers in Wisconsin provided an estimated 540 million hours of unpaid care in 2021.
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A proposal to double or possibly even triple the size of a small native plant garden exhibit on the grounds of the Thomas St. Angelo Public Library, 1305 2nd Ave., has been selected to receive an AARP Wisconsin “Small Dollar, Big Impact” grant.
Vote USA
The state’s election on Tuesday, April 4, will include an open seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. With an incumbent justice opting not to seek reelection, the winner could play a role in vital issues, such as the redistricting of legislative boundaries.
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High-speed internet, Medicaid expansion, supports for family caregivers, and retirement security are key issues for AARP Wisconsin in the 2023 State Budget.
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AARP Wisconsin enhances the lives of Wisconsinites age 50+ through national, state and local advocacy; education, outreach and programming; and community volunteer service.
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Wisconsin’s nearly 600,000 unpaid family caregivers will receive much-needed support from the state if a tax credit proposed by Governor Evers survives legislative scrutiny and is included in the final 2023-35 biennial state budget.
The 2023 Spring Election is coming up on Tuesday, April 4 and we’re here to share valuable information and resources to all Wisconsin voters so you are prepared! We want you to see how the two Madison mayoral candidates responded to four questions we asked them about critical issues of importance to residents.
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