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Resolve to Get Involved - with Connecticut AARP

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As you think about New Year’s resolutions, consider becoming an AARP volunteer.

Whether behind the scenes, virtually or in public, there are many ways to contribute to AARP Connecticut.

AARP volunteers serve as advocates for those who cannot be heard, provide valuable educational resources and information to further a cause, and help build and strengthen communities.

Volunteering is open to people of all ages, including nonmembers. Spring will be busy with legislative advocacy followed by opportunities to help with educational events.

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