Volunteering

Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
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A new session for the state Legislature starts in January 2023, and AARP Alaska is looking for volunteers to speak out on behalf of those 50-plus.
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AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is now recruiting for volunteers for the 2023 season. As a Tax-Aide volunteer, you can help out in the local community, at a site near you. We do need your help, and you can make a significant difference in the lives of our friends and neighbors here in Alaska. Free tax preparation is an important boost for individuals and families. Sometimes the tax refund means keeping the heat on or helping with rent for Alaska's most vulnerable residents.
Volunteer in Milwaukee County
Alaskans of any age are capable of serving their community. That’s Nona Safra’s message as an honorary member of the Alaska State Fair Royalty.
Alaska Andrus Award Winner Sue Nielsen
Sue Nielsen Receives AARP’s Most Prestigious Volunteer Award, Marking Two Generations of Andrus Award winners
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The number of hungry Alaskans is growing as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into the holiday season. More and more people are experiencing "food insecurity," or a lack of consistent access to enough food.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE          
Ken Helander, Director of Advocacy, AARP Alaska
Alaska End of Session Wrap-Up 2016
Anne Drago
AARP Alaska recently sat down with Anne Drago, Chair of the AARP Anchorage Community Council.
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