AMAC Foundation Newsletter
Your February 2022 AMAC Foundation Newsletter
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AMAC Foundation 2021 Annual Report Published
The official edition of our Foundation's Annual Report has been published, and is available for review on our website's "Resources" page. Interested parties can use the following link to access the report directly: Just click on the box labeled "2021 Annual Report" and you'll be treated to a complete wrap-up of our organization's activities and accomplishments for the year just completed.

The report highlights the continuation of our branding program and the development of our various on-line services, and provides detailed insight into the continued advancement of our acclaimed Social Security Advisory Service. In addition, reprints of many of the Foundation's contributions to AMAC's media sources are included, along with details covering our efforts on behalf of America's Veteran Community. The Foundation's financial picture is recapped in the report, along with a review of our organization's Board of Directors and administrative leadership.
To repeat a comment from the report's opening, "All of us at the AMAC Foundation are grateful for the opportunity -- and the responsibility--of providing services seniors need." Please take a few moments to check us out and, as always, please let us know if you have any comments or questions about our activities!
"Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning."

-Benjamin Franklin-
We're Ramping up our Social Media Presence
Although we started moving in this direction early in 2021, it wasn't until the Fall of the year that we began a concerted program to strengthen our presence in the world of social media. I'll be the first to admit...I drug my heels for a long time, but it seems a curmudgeon approach wasn't contributing positively to our Foundation's image as a progressive organization. So, I caved in and asked for help, and now we have a robust presence on Facebook. We've looked at the other main players in social media, like Twitter and Instagram, but conclude that what we do just doesn't lend itself to those tools.

Our Facebook landing spot is shown below, and I'd encourage you to check it out. The technician working with us on the project -- Christina Jenny -- has done a remarkable job in posting a wide variety of content on the page, including briefs and links to our website's upcoming events and blog articles, posts commemorating historical events, links to our Social Security Advisory materials, fascinating photos, and just plain fun stuff.

And it's getting some the last quarter of 2021, for example, our page reach averaged 68,000 each month. Go ahead, take a look at it and, while you're there, consider "liking" what you see and giving us a click!

Annual Social Security Briefing Scheduled for March 3
Our Social Security Advisory Service is now in its seventh year of operation, and has handled more than 20,000 calls for help in understanding Social Security. We've found that many of the questions cluster around a handful of basic areas. With this in mind, we thought it would be helpful to provide an update on these most commonly queried subjects, and at the same time provide an update on some of the changes applicable to 2022.

In keeping with our Foundation's mission of "Supporting and Educating America's Seniors," we are again presenting this update in a public setting where seminar attendees can get the facts straight from our staff of National Social Security Advisors. Join us on Thursday, March 3, 2022 at 10:00 am EST for a lively session as our accredited Advisors refresh you on many of the basic Social Security rules you need to understand.

The seminar will be held at the Lady Lake Library, 225 W. Guava Street, Room 207.

There is no fee for this seminar and light refreshments will be served. We do request the courtesy of an advance registration...simply contact the Foundation office at 888-750-2622 or via email ([email protected]).

Special Note: We are planning to live-stream this seminar via the Foundation's website. To access the session, go to at the session's designated start time.

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