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Haven't Logged in to the New Volunteer Portal Yet?


Find Out What You've Been Missing!  Log in to the New Volunteer Portal

Over 2,400 AARP state office volunteers have now logged in to the New Volunteer Portal! Volunteers are submitting expense reimbursements, downloading key documents and collaborating with State Office staff and volunteers—all within this new and enhanced system.
Never visited the New Volunteer Portal yourself? We encourage you to log in and find out all the ways it can support your AARP work!

  • You can find step-by-step log-in instructions here.
  • Still have questions? Contact the OVE Helpline at 1-866-740-7719 and we’ll walk you through the process.

The first 200 state volunteers to log in to the New Volunteer Portal for the first time will receive a gift from AARP!  (And you don't need to worry about alerting us once you've logged in.  We'll be able to pull a list of first-time log-ins from the system.)

Check Out Key Features of the New Volunteer Portal

Hear what volunteers and staff are saying about the new Portal features and explore yourself:

Expense Reimbursements

A volunteer in Hawaii says,

“We’re using the Portal for expense reimbursement. Expense reimbursements are so quick! We love the fast turnaround. One of our volunteers mentioned she got paid in three days.”

Click here to learn how to easily submit your expense reimbursement.


A State Office staff member in Ohio shares that,

“Even though we had the ability to post state specific documents in the previous portal it was, in my opinion, a bit clunky and not user friendly to the volunteers. Uploading documents to the Library is so easy and comes with the bonus of tags and a description field that is searchable. Add to that the ability to create a content packet (which I used for our Congressional visit documents) and I’m in streamliner heaven!”

Click here to find out how to access key documents and resources in the New Volunteer Portal.


A State Office staff member talks about collaborating with volunteers through the New Volunteer Portal,

“We have, however, begun to use the Chatter function for our Executive Council members. In addition to creating a more efficient way to chat with our Executive Council, we also are utilizing the Chatter function to post important documents. This way, folks won’t need to search through their email to find the last document sent, rather, they can just go to the Portal where they can find the documents in one place.”

Click here to check out how you can collaborate with other state volunteers through Chatter.

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