If you had the chance to help a neighbor, solve a community problem or advocate for a cause you care about, would you do it?
Our members tell us that they want to make a difference, and AARP MD will showcase opportunities here for you to get connected to opportunity that make your feel great — either through AARP MD or through a community partner!
Please take a look at the volunteer opportunities in Maryland below, which are updated regularly. We hope to hear from you!
Don’t see an opportunity in your area? Or, are you interested in helping AARP Maryland in other ways? Email Christy Page at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Harvest for the Hungry is back! This food drive will have volunteers staffing Safeway stores around the state to help collect bags of food for hungry seniors in the area. Learn more and volunteer now for the March 2014 multi-day event.
AARP Experience Corps: Ongoing opportunities
The Baltimore City AARP Experience Corps program is the largest in the nation, serving over 6800 Pre-K through 3rd grade students. Experience Corps’ volunteer members are seniors over 50 years old that engage students in an evidence-based, one-on-one and small group model to improve reading scores and attendance. In 2012-13, Experience Corps volunteer members served over 143,000 hours in 25 Baltimore City Title 1 schools. For more information or to volunteer, contact Baltimore Director Bill Romani at (443) 278-9400.
2014 Women’s Legislative Briefing
Date: Sunday, January 26, 2014
Time: 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: The Universities at Shady Grove Campus, Building II, Rockville, MD
Details: Volunteers are needed to staff a table during the day of the event. More information can be found here. To volunteer, email Tammy Bresnahan at email@example.com.