Plus: Check Out the List of 2017 Grantees
March 21, 2018
Livable Communities Newsletter
Tool Kits & Resources
2018 AARP Community Challenge
Here’s a chance to move something great off of a
list and onto the
list. Our “quick action” grants fund projects that help make communities more livable for people of all ages.
GET YOUR APPLICATION STARTED
And the Winners Were …
For your inspiration, a selection of projects funded by the inaugural AARP Community Challenge.
CHECK OUT THE LIST
Attention Local Elected Officials! This One’s for You
— A new coalition is uniting the leaders of rural communities, tribal areas, small towns, counties and midsized cities to “ensure their voice is heard in Washington.”
First & Main
The War Between Millennials and Boomers Is a Myth
— In fact, “a spirit of intergenerational cooperation is alive and well when it comes to families’ day-to-day lives,” writes Nancy LeaMond, AARP executive vice president and chief advocacy and engagement officer.
What Would the Ultimate Child-Friendly City Look Like?
— The answers to that question, informed by examples from five cities, can lead to successful places for everyone.
National Complete Streets Coalition
is releasing a report today about the Best Complete Streets Initiatives of 2017. There’s still time to
join tomorrow’s online meeting and discussion
VISIT OUR SITE