Retirement USA

ProtectSeniors.Org is proud to be a supporter of Retirement USA, a national initiative that is working to promote a new retirement system that, along with Social Security, will provide universal, secure and adequate income for future retirees.

To read more about Retirement USA and the 12 Principles for a New Retirement System, visit their website:


Wake Up, Washington!

Retirement USA is spearheading "Wake Up, Washington!" Month from September 15 - October 15, 2010. This month-long speak out event will be a time for Americans all across the country to tell Washington to keep their hands off Social Security and fix the nation's patchwork retirement income system.

We encourage all of our members to participate in this program and speak out for a secure retirement!

Here are some ways YOU can participate:

  • Submit a story to the online story bank that collects personal stories from those who are concerned about their retirement prospects and those who feel secure about their retirement because they have a guaranteed pension. We feel it is important to highlight any concerns you may have about the security of your earned healthcare benefits and how reductions or cancelations may impact your retirement income.  The stories will be posted on the Retirement USA website and used in communications with Congress to show the depth of the crisis.
  • Use Facebook and Twitter posts to highlight the facts about the retirement income crisis.  (If you are a Facebook user, find ProtectSeniors.Org on Facebook and "like" us to get the most up-to-date information on our efforts.)
Make your voice heard! If you would like to tell your story or if you have questions, please send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Stories can also be sent to the Retirement USA Story Bank at the following address:

Retirement USA Story Bank

c/o Pension Rights Center
1350 Connecticut Ave., NW, #206
Washington, D.C. 20036

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