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Summer of Service to Seniors Meal Pack Challenge

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Are you up to the challenge? AARP Foundation is leading a Summer of Service to Seniors — and the next stop is Denver! As a Meal Pack Challenge volunteer, you’ll help us pack 500,000 meals to make a difference in the lives of hungry seniors in our community. Every day, older adults struggle to make ends meet and eat nutritious meals. AARP Foundation’s meal packs are festivals of giving and caring that draw the community together in support of our seniors. Join the effort to fight senior poverty here in Denver. The Meal Pack Challenge will take place on July 9th at the University of Denver located at 2201 E. Asbury Avenue Denver, CO 80208.

 

Sign Up at: http://www.mealpackchallenge.org.

 

For more information and other questions, contact Ervin Johnson at ejohnson@aarp.org.

 

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