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AARP AARP States Events

Celebrating our volunteers during National Volunteer Week, April 21-27

Volunteer week

Thank You, AARP Volunteers

AARP Alabama volunteers lend a hand in communities across the state to make life better. They read and tutor children, assess the safety of walking routes to school, feed the poor, plant gardens, assist people with income tax filing, and make sure drivers are knowledgeable about rules of the road.

They also advocate on the state and federal level for the 50+. They lead efforts, mobilize volunteers, and work to change laws.

AARP Alabama wants to take the opportunity during National Volunteer Week, April 21-27, to send a special “Thank You” to all of our members who make a difference in the lives of so many. The world is a better place because you’re in it.

We also want to support and thank our members who are leading new projects or expanding service projects in their communities:

            Bessemer - Community Garden for high school and area residents: Bessemer City High School and             AARP member E.W. Phillips

            Prattville - Disaster Preparedness for Seniors: Autauga Co. AARP Chapter

            Bessemer – After-school and summer program for children:  Community First Foundation and        AARP member           Doris Webster

            Tuskegee - Nutrition and obesity prevention: AARP Macon County Chapter

            Fairfield - Food assistance for seniors – People Development Center and AARP member Sheryl      Anderson-Sommons

If you’d like to assist with these projects or find another project in your area, visit AARP’s Create the Good website.  You’ll find service opportunities. You’ll even find toolkits to help you start your own project.

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