REGISTER TODAY FOR CARA’S 19TH ANNUAL REGIONAL CONVENTIONS AND
SENIOR VOTE FORUMS:
Click the links below to register today or download invite:
(All Forums will be held virtually from 10am-12:30pm.)
Orange/San Diego Forum: Wednesday, Sept. 21st Recording:
Santa Clara Forum: Thursday, Sept. 22nd Recording:
Download Flyer: Santa Clara Flyer
L.A. County Forum: Friday, Sept. 23rd Recording:
Fresno/Kern: Tuesday, Sept. 27th Recording:
Download Convention Forum Flyer & Score Card: Fresno Forum Flyer/Score Card
San Joaquin/Stanislaus: Thursday, Sept.29th Recording:
Speaker Susan Demorais Presentation Fact Sheet: Master Plan for Aging Fact Sheet
CA Constit. offices Friday, Sept. 30th Recording:
Download Convention Forum Flyer & Score Card: Sacramento Forum Flyer
Sac/Yolo Forum Thursday, Oct. 6th at 1pm: https://bit.ly/SAC-YOLO2022
Download Convention Forum Flyer: Sac/Yolo Flyer
Placer Forum. Wednesday, Oct. 12th: https://bit.ly/Placer-Forum2022
Download Forum Flyer: Placer Flyer
Thank you to all our
Download Program book here: CARA 19th Conventions/Forums Program Book
CARA’S 2022 SLATE CARD
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Who we are
The California Alliance for Retired Americans (CARA) was formed in 2003 in order to build a statewide network of hundreds of organizations and individuals to win social and economic justice, full civil rights, and a better, more secure future for ourselves, our families and future generations.
Representing over 1 million seniors and growing, CARA’s broad-based coalition includes senior centers, resident associations, union retirees, retired public employees, community-based organizations, and a variety of other senior agencies and advocacy organizations. CARA is the state affiliate of the 4.3 million member national Alliance for Retired Americans. Click here to read more about Sustaining Organizations, Contributing Organizations, and Organizational Affiliates.
What we do
CARA is a statewide network of hundreds of organizations that educate and inform its membership, the public, and elected officials about the issues that affect the well-being of California’s older adults – and mobilizes its members to take action on these issues. CARA is a charitable 501 (c)4 organization. The CARA Education Fund, CARA’s training and education arm, is a 501 (c)3 organization.
CARA has active campaigns at the local, state and national levels on our core issues. Click the button below to send a letter to your Congressional representatives and tell them to protect the earned benefit programs seniors depend on.
Stay abreast of what’s going on with CARA’s regular updates.
Check out the calendar to see when and where a CAT meeting near you is. Or you can click Learn More to see if there’s a special event planned for you area.