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Mail Checks to:

The 60 Plus Foundation
515 King Street Suite 315B
Alexandria VA 22314

The 60 Plus Foundation, Inc. has received tax exempt status as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the Foundation are deductible under section 170 of the Code. We are also qualified to received tax deductible bequests, devices, transfers and gifts under sections 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code.

For more information contact:
Jim Martin

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The new will be a unique resource for you on the issues and concerns that impact today's seniors:

Financial Freedom

  • Social Security - when and how to apply, how to preserve it for today's seniors (and soon-to-be seniors) as well as for the rising generation)
  • Medicare
  • Retirement planning
  • Economic security
  • Investments
  • Taxes

Legal Concerns
  • Senior safety
  • Elder abuse
  • Estate planning/Death Tax
  • Grandparents rights
  • Losing control
  • Caregiver issues

Living and Lifestyle
  • Transportation and travel
  • Housing and care facilities
  • Health and health care
  • Nutrition
  • Exercise, activity and sports
  • Leisure

Special Features
  • Polls - We want to know what is important to you.
  • 'This Is What 60 Plus Looks Like' spotlights the active lifestyles of America's seniors and the contributions we make to our communities. Pictured below, 60 Plus Foundation President Jim Martin (age 76) and U.S. Representative Bob Dold (IL-10) play basketball in the annual 'Hoops for Hope' charity tournament, raising money for disadvantaged children. Send your pictures, stories, and links to!

515 King StreetT: (571)-216-1928
Suite 315-BF: (703) 807-2073
Alexandria, VA