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City Of Mt Zion Receives 2024 AARP Community Challenge grant

We are thrilled to share that we are one of 343 grantees selected to receive a 2024 AARP Community Challenge grant from @AARPLivableCommunities and AARP@AARPGeorgia! We are incredibly proud that AARP selected us for this investment to make City of Mount Zion more livable for residents of all ages. Through this grant we will construct two blessing boxes, which will offer residents access to free, non-perishable foods, basic toiletries and pet food. The boxes will be located near Mount Zion’s senior center and the local library. (Flagship Grant).

If you are interested in volunteering to help with our project please contact: shelly@cityofmountzion.com


ABOUT THE AARP COMMUNITY CHALLENGE GRANT PROGRAM

• MISSION STATEMENT: A grant program to make communities more livable for people of all ages with tangible improvements that jump-start long-term change.

• In its 8th year, AARP is announcing the largest number of Community Challenge grants to date, investing more than $3.8 million among 343 grantees across all 50 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

• AARP believes that great communities take a long time to build and sustain. But they also believe that quick actions can be the spark for long-term progress.

• The AARP Community Challenge grant program funds innovative, quick-action projects that inspire change in areas such as public places; housing; transportation; digital connectivity; community resilience; and more.

• Our quick-action project will demonstrate changes and help build momentum to improve livability for residents of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities right here in the City of Mount Zion.

• For more information on all of this year’s grantees and their projects, go to AARP.org/CommunityChallenge.

• You can see a map featuring this year’s AARP Community Challenge projects, previous year’s grantees, as well as communities that are members of the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities on AARP’s Livable Communities interactive map at aarp.org/livablemap.



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