Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
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Named after AARP’s founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, the Andrus Award honors outstanding volunteers from each state who dedicate their time and talent to enrich their communities.
AARP Arkansas volunteers meet to discuss Advocacy Team initiatives.
AARP requires all volunteers to sign the volunteer waiver by November 30, 2023.
AARP Arkansas seeks volunteers to advance the state office’s mission to promote and protect the interests of residents 50 and older.
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This training is for new and existing volunteers. Come and learn about opportunities and get comfortable with the AARP Volunteer Portal.
Red Shirt Day at the Arkansas State Capitol
AARP Arkansas volunteers visit the state capitol to meet lawmakers and listen in on committee meetings.
AARP Arkansas is committed to keeping our members and volunteers abreast of events that may be on interest. This calendar of events is updated monthly. Dates, times and locations may be subject to change. If you see an error, have an update, or items to add, please reach out to ASD Communications and Outreach Mandy Shoptaw at mshoptaw@aarp.org or at 501.217.1627.
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Wide range of committee assignments and leadership positions available
Volunteers at AARP Arkansas Food Bank Event
AARP Arkansas Help at Arkansas Food Bank
Volunteer in Milwaukee County
AARP is reaching out to volunteers to help advocate on behalf of those 50 and older in the state.
AARP Arkansas offers a wide array of benefits to people over 50, including advocacy and events on fraud prevention and caregiving. With the state Legislature in session, it’s important for members to know about issues that affect them.
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