Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program - Let Us Help Save Your Money!

The City of Phoenix Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program has three alternatives for filing taxes to save hundreds of dollars in paid preparer fees for those who qualify. City of Phoenix’s VITA sites will start opening on the 28th of January. IRS certified VITA volunteers will be assisting persons who make less than $55,000 a year.

For more information, use the links below:

Don’t have time to come to our site and like to do your taxes from the comfort of your home? Make less than $66,000? Then use myfreetaxes.com!

Healthy Future and Creating an Impact in Your Community, Join the Discussion!

Experience Matters is passionate about connecting the skills and talent of individuals age 50+ with nonprofit organizations to enhance their capacity to solve social problems. To help you get a better understanding of how they are promoting healthy futures for volunteers, creating a real impact in your community, and how you can be a part of it, you are invited to join the discussion.

Join Brandon Clark, CEO, Circle the City, on January 22, 2019 10:30am-12:00pm at Midtown Respite Center (conference room) 333 W. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ.

For more information please refer to the Experience Matters invite.

City of Maricopa Senior Info/Expo 2019

The City of Maricopa Age-Friendly Committee cordially invites you to participate as an Exhibitor at the 4th Annual Senior Info/Expo. This year's theme is Senior Momentum: Moving Forward, always learning, living to the max!, and will feature a variety of workshops and exhibitor tables offering a wide range of services and resources.

Date: Saturday, January 26, 2019

For more information, please view the documents listed below:

Arizona Health Improvement Plan (AzHIP) - Annual Summit January 2019

The next AzHIP Summit will be held on January 31, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ at the Desert Willow Conference Center. This year’s agenda is being designed with the intent of bolstering engagement and collaboration around the AzHIP and the next State Health Assessment (SHA). The purpose of the Summit is to provide our colleagues across Arizona with a networking opportunity to help us achieve our goals in the current AzHIP. Together, we share implementation successes, challenges faced, and opportunities to improve the health and wellness of all Arizonans. Details available here on the AzHIP Summit webpage.

Dementia Friendly Tempe

Tempe is Arizona’s first and only dementia friendly city. For information about Dementia Friendly Tempe, visit www.tempe.gov/DFT

2018 Seniors Report Rankings: Arizona's Performance Continues to Decline

Over the past five years, Arizona has experienced a perpetual decrease in senior health, according to America’s Health Rankings. It has since fallen 13 points, 18thin the country in 2013 and in the past year alone declining eight points, tying with Florida for 31st. Read More ››

Memory Café

Memory Café is a comfortable, safe, and engaging place for people living with memory loss along with their care partners to meet with others in a like situation.

When:
Every first and third Monday of the month
9:30 - 11:00 a.m.

Where:
Sun Lakes United Methodist Church
9248 East Riggs Road
Sun Lakes, AZ 85248

WINNER : Shirley Cunningham,

WINNER : Shirley Cunningham, "Forest Primeval"

WINNER : Shirley Cunningham, "Forest Primeval"
Susan Denison,

Susan Denison, "Great Grandpa and the Boys; a.k.a. The Moustache Gang"

Susan Denison, "Great Grandpa and the Boys; a.k.a. The Moustache Gang"
Portia Smith,

Portia Smith, "Serenity"

Portia Smith, "Serenity"
Lawrence & Jacob,

Lawrence & Jacob, "Happy"

Lawrence & Jacob, "Happy"

Nellie Zavala,

Nellie Zavala, "Keep on Walking"

Nellie Zavala, "Keep on Walking"

Various Artists from the Glendale ADHS,

Various Artists from the Glendale ADHS, "Looking Forward"

Various Artists from the Glendale ADHS, "Looking Forward"

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      The Greater Phoenix Age-Friendly Network is a partnership hosted by the Maricopa Association of Governments, a regional planning agency serving the Greater Phoenix area. We are committed to ensuring every person can live a fulfilled life at any age, connected to family, friends, and community.

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