TTARP is a non-profit service organisation that allows mature citizens (persons 50 years and older) to access Benefits they may not have enjoyed before.

Our Mission Statement

TTARP is a legally registered, nonprofit organization for mature citizens age fifty (50) and over.
It aggressively seeks the best interest of its members towards four (4) main objectives:-

To enhance the quality of life of mature citizens.

To promote their independence, dignity and purpose.

To lead in determining their role in society.

To improve the image of the golden years.

Questions and Answers

What does TTARP stand for?

It stands for Trinidad and Tobago Association of Retired Persons.

Who can become a member?

All we ask is you be over the age of 50!

What is 050Q Magazines?

This is our publication which is mailed out to every financial member of TTARP

How do I sign up?

Sign-up NOW by clicking here or download any of TTARP’s application forms, print it, fill it out and deliver it to any of our TTARP offices or Payment Centres.

What led to the formation of TTARP?

The first Association of Retired Persons (AARP) was started in the U.S.A. in 1958 by Dr. Ethel Percy Adrus, a retired high school principal. It evolved out of the National Retired Teachers Association (NRTA) which she had established in 1947 and new programmes and services were subsequently added and proved popular and highly effective. Upshot-Membership has grown from 50,000 in 1958, to over 33 million in 1991.

The idea has since spread to many other countries and today there are millions of members of Retired Persons Association in the UK, Europe, Australia, etc.

Locally, M & M Insurance Broking Services Limited asked a number of prominent senior citizens headed by Ken Gittens, Vernon Glean and J. Maurice Quesnel all of whom are deceased, to look into a version of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) and evaluate the advantages of implementation.

What happened next?

When all the data were assembled, the possibilities looked attractive and workable and so with M & M’s assistance, TTARP was started. Subsequent announcements and advertisements gained National attention and resulted in many members being enrolled. Indeed the benefits of membership, including attractive discounts on a wide range of goods and services, would serve senior citizens well.

What are the overall Benefits of membership?

Actually, the list is a very long one, but a brief summary would show M&M Insurance Broking Services Limited with Premium Savings and other tangible benefits, with discounts in more than sixty-two categories throughout Trinidad and Tobago. A few examples would be Tru Valu, Massy Stores, Optomistrist Today, Standard Distributors, Superpharm, Movie Towne, Courts, Laughlin & De Gannes, etc.

Are there any Benefits other than Discounts?

To achieve these objectives, four distinct streams of activity are engaged in:

  • Tangible Benefits – i.e. Discounts etc. as stated above;
  • Social/Cultural;
  • Affordable medical, dental, diagnostic and clinical care services; and
  • Death Benefit\Term Insurance Plan

With regard to (2) a Development Plan will include:

  • Consumer Affairs
  • Crime Prevention
  • Retirement Planning
  • Volunteer Expertise
  • Social Action – Financial Planning/Ongoing Education etc.
  • Cultural Programmes
  • Representation to Government on Retirees etc.

With regard to (3) this service is provided by Healthnet Caribbean Limited and (4) Assuria Life T&T Limited offers a Death Benefit/Term Insurance catered for Senior Citizens and their families.

What about confidence in TTARP?

Well, an Organisation is as good as the integrity of its leaders. In this respect, the TTARP’s Executive Committee has been carefully selected to reflect a cross section of Trinidad and Tobago society with particular emphasis on integrity. Members are Peter Peña/ Reynold Cooper/ Geoffrey Lewis/ Mayling Younglao.

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