What's Your Story?

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Is there a time you felt particularly good about helping others? Then you don't want to miss this unique opportunity to share your story with Create The Good.
Thanks to the sponsorship of AARP Credit Services from Chase, you could be chosen to be part of Story Corps, and record your experience at AARP's upcoming member event, Orlando at 50+.
Story Corps is one of the largest oral history projects of its kind, with interviews broadcast on NPR and preserved in the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. If you are passionate about service, share your story today and inspire others now and for generations to come!

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