After all, it would be very difficult to find a newspaper that may (or may not) have published an obituary, if you don't know the town or city in which it circulates.
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More We all have defining moments in our lives—challenging circumstances, relational pain, transitional seasons.
How we respond during these times has a direct impact on our futures.
AARP Foundation’s grantmaking focuses on supporting and advancing effective solutions to help vulnerable older adults transform their lives today and secure the essentials for their future.
We’re working side by side with other organizations to reach more people, work more efficiently and make resources go further.
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AARP Foundation grants support lasting solutions to the fundamental challenges that low-income older adults face: the need for functional and affordable housing, adequate and nutritious food, steady income, and strong and sustaining social bonds.
We collaborate with grantee and partner organizations to identify evidence-based interventions that make transformational impact possible and address our strategic objectives.
Obituaries and death notices are the two most common ways in which a person's death is announced in the print media.
We have crafted the following environments to help you meet people who share your same season of life and live in your area of town.
Young or old, Christian or non-Christian, single, married, or divorced, we have a place for you to connect and grow.