This Veterans Month, you can honor our brave heroes, and the people who serve them, by sharing their story and giving them a chance to win big.
“I’ve always been interested in helping out with issues for the aging,” said AARP Arkansas Volunteer Lead for Advocacy Charlie Wagener. “Volunteering for AARP enables me to work on a variety of issues—financial security, health care, you name it. It’s an effective way to give back to my community.”
AARP Arkansas invites you to join our growing team of volunteer advocates. You can help ensure that our voices are heard at the local, state and national level on important issues like Social Security, Medicare, utilities, health care and caregiving.
The year was 1992. Unforgiven won the Oscar for Best Picture, the Chicago Bulls won the NBA Championship and 60 Minutes was the top-rated TV program. It was also the year that Frank Gardner took his first of two Driver Safety classroom courses.
In connection with AARP’s I Heart Caregivers, you are invited to attend a free screening of the film Still Alice and learn more about resources for family caregivers and their loved ones.
AARP Arkansas’ Community Outreach efforts depend on dedicated volunteers who help people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities; strengthen communities; and fight for the issues that matter–healthcare, employment security and retirement planning.
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