Town-hall forums, community-rebuilding projects, high school grants, and live concerts, draw together Americans of all generations to mark AARP’s half century of civic success. Don’t miss your chance to learn, change, and celebrate with us.
AARP is creating bricks-and-mortar progress toward more livable communities in seven cities with a major community rebuild initiative. Plus home upgrades in other states. AARP will also grant more than $1 million to American high schools through two awards named for Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus.
We’re hosting public forums on health and financial security issues, and awarding $1 million+ in grants to innovative high schools.
Celebrate with AARP in 2008. Come back soon as we announce our celebrations across the US.
Our big event for members and friends visits a new city each year. In 2008, Washington, D.C. will host Life@50+, AARP's National Event & Expo from September 4 - 6, marking the grand finale of AARP's 50th Anniversary Celebration Tour.
A high school principal with uncommon vision, Ethel Percy Andrus created AARP a half-century ago. Today her legacy drives us toward positive social change.