Celebrating Older Americans Month
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We're celebrating contributions of past and current older persons in our lives.
To get more attention on these opportunities, we’re collecting 65 “Senior Stories," and we need your help!
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Celebrating Older Americans Month!
When Older Americans Month was established in 1963, only 17 million living Americans had reached their 65th birthday. About a third of older Americans lived in poverty and there were few programs to meet their needs. Interest in older Americans and their concerns was growing. A meeting in April 1963 between President John F. Kennedy…
[Sign the card] Help us thank our volunteers!
See the messages people have signed on our card Maybe you are one. Maybe you know one, or maybe one has helped you at some point. One way or another, if you know about Habitat for Humanity, you likely know one of our volunteers. That’s because they’re the bread and butter of Habitat! No matter…
‘Spark Good’ for your favorite charity!
Walmart recently launched Walmart Spark Good Round Up where customers can round up their purchases to the nearest dollor and donate the change to their favorite charity. Spark Good sprung from the simple question: How might we do more good in more communities more often? What is Spark Good? Walmart associates and customers work with…