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AARP Volunteer Waiver Form

AARP Arkansas volunteers meet to discuss Advocacy Team initiatives.
AARP Arkansas volunteers meet to discuss Advocacy Team initiatives.

As you may have heard by now, AARP is implementing a volunteer liability waiver requirement for all volunteers. The most efficient way for AARP to gather this information is by email. If we do not have an email on file for you we wanted to provide a link to a form that you can use to share your email.  

If you do not have an email or are unwilling to share your email address with us, please print and sign the below downloadable PDF and drop off or send it to our state office at 1701 Centerview Drive, Suite 205, Little Rock, AR 72211. Your continued support as an AARP volunteer is greatly appreciated. 

We know this new direction may feel unfamiliar, but it is quickly becoming the norm in the volunteer world to have volunteers sign a waiver of liability. We appreciate your understanding and we sincerely hope you will continue to serve the 50+ community through meaningful volunteer work with AARP. 

AARP is asking all volunteers to sign this document by November 30. Failure to sign will result in your volunteer status being moved to inactive. We sincerely want to help you avoid missing out on the great volunteer engagement opportunities we have coming up in 2024.

If you have any questions about this form, please reach out to Associate State Director of Community Outreach and Engagement Patricia Fry at

Volunteer Liability Waiver

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