message your REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS

reach out

Ask older adults and their caregivers in your life how you can help.

donate

Contribute to your community organizations that help older adults and those in their circles of support. Find local resources that need (and provide) help at Eldercare Locator, a database provided as a public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging. Let organizations know you are helping to #StampOutElderAbuse.

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Volunteer

If you are 55+, consider being a volunteer with Senior Corps, part of Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal agency that leads service, volunteering, and grant-making efforts in the United States. Contact your state office.

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advocate

Pass the word to family, friends and neighbors. Write a letter to the editor or an opinion piece in your local newspaper; include a personal story. Reference StampOutElderAbuse.org — and let us know if you get published! 

Using Twitter, you can also tweet a message with the hashtags #StampOutElderAbuse #ElderJustice #ElderAbuse 

stay connected

Go to our home page to sign up to receive an email every few weeks with news and perspective on the next steps along our shared path.

Send us an email with your thoughts or questions.