— Important issues face the state of North Dakota. Health care access and costs, affordable housing, retirement security, transportation and caregiving are just a few that impact the lives of North Dakotans who are 50 and older. AARP North Dakota’s team of passionate legislative volunteers is a vital voice for legislators to hear when they make decisions that shape the future of our state. You can add to our powerful presence by joining our legislative volunteer team. It’s a fun, rewarding …

— Diagnosed with dementia and without a job, volunteering for the issues and people she cares about the most has kept Jackie Coleman happier than ever before. Shortly after Coleman lost her dream job as a disability rights lawyer due to her diagnosis, she decided to become an AARP member and soon after that a volunteer with the AARP California Capitol Response Team, “where I make sure that we get approved the right laws that benefit those who are 50 years …

— Whether you’ve been an AARP member for one year or for 20+ years, here’s your chance to learn more about what your AARP Massachusetts state office is planning locally in the Worcester area — and how you can get involved as a volunteer! Introducing the AARP Massachusetts Worcester Area Volunteer Network. Attend our upcoming informational meeting about this new opportunity and learn how to help us make a difference in people’s lives through our education, service and advocacy. Your work …

— NEW KNOWLEDGE ADVENTURES IS BACK FOR THE 2018 SPRING SEMESTER New Knowledge Adventures (NKA) is a lifelong continuing education program for older adults designed to offer exceptional learning, exploration and fellowship opportunities in a comfortable and non-competitive academic surrounding. Supported by Idaho State University, AARP Idaho and the Treasure Valley Family YMCA, NKA represents the most affordable learning opportunity for the 50 plus in the Treasure Valley. For just $35 participants can sign up for an unlimited number of classes. …

— As an AARP member, you are part of an organization with a social mission, helping improve the quality of life for people 50+ and their families.  Whether at discounted events, through community service or by advocating at the state and local levels, AARP creates positive change with the help of volunteers, right here in Oswego. What are the benefits of volunteering? Give back where we live, work and play Learn new skills and receive training opportunities Make new friends and …

—   Are you a musician…or just into music?  There’s a non-profit in Burlington that could use your help on some projects. Big Heavy World has been preserving and promoting Vermont-made music since 1996. It’s a volunteer-staffed music office that provides technical support, mentoring and promotion for every kind of music and creates resources for all to share. They bring Vermont musicians together. Volunteer!  Big Heavy operates 105.9FM The Radiator, a truly local community radio station.  AARP members are welcome to …

—   Introducing AARP Massachusetts Advocacy Coffee Hours at the State House! In addition to our community outreach and local workshops and presentations that we offer, legislative advocacy is another huge part of what we do at AARP Massachusetts. Our advocacy, for example, resulted in passage of the Caregiver Advise, Record, Enable (CARE) Act in Massachusetts, a huge benefit for the state’s 844K family caregivers. In this new year of 2018, our legislative advocacy efforts are already full-steam ahead! Our two key …

— Join us along with local Fargo and West Fargo community leaders to learn how and why AARP is helping communities become livable places for all ages and life stages. Then learn how you can get involved to promote commonsense solutions that improve communities and change lives. AARP encourages communities to be great places for people of all ages. We believe that communities should provide safe, walkable streets; age-friendly housing and transportation options; access to needed services; and opportunities for residents …

— Are you comfortable with public speaking? If so, we need you as a volunteer! Mark your calendar for January 31st and come see us at our Speaker’s Bureau Open House! What: AARP Maryland’s Speaker’s Bureau and Volunteer Open House When: January 31st      10:00 a.m. -1 p.m. Where: AARP Maryland State Office 200 St. Paul Place Suite 2510 Baltimore, MD 21202 For more information and to register, visit our official registration page!