A 15-member AARP Indiana volunteer team made 5,765 calls, connecting with 2,406 households during a three-month phone outreach campaign from January to April to let people know about how to schedule appointments and register for vaccines.
AARP Indiana Recognizes Bill Glick for his Dedication and Commitment to Community Service with its Most Prestigious Volunteer Award
Lafayette, Ind. – William N. "Bill" Glick was selected by AARP, the nonprofit organization for people 50 and older, to receive the 2020 AARP Indiana Andrus Award for Community Service -- the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service.
AARP Indiana is looking for volunteers interested in helping make their communities more livable for people of all ages by advocating on issues such as transit and housing.
Lucille Moore of Indianapolis has been selected by AARP Indiana to receive the 2018 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service. This award, which is named after AARP’s founder Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, is AARP’s most prestigious volunteer tribute that recognizes outstanding individuals who are sharing their experience, talents and skills to enrich the lives of others. Moore was presented with the award at AARP Indiana’s annual volunteer celebration in Indianapolis.
On September 11th, AARP Indiana volunteers took part in meaningful activities throughout the communities of Fishers, Gary, Fort Wayne, and Evansville. Whether it was volunteering at a local food bank or helping to harvest produce to help combat food insecurity, volunteers showed that AARP Cares.
Give back with AARP through Day of Service! Take on today by volunteering at one of the four locations listed below. Register and attend by clicking on the links provided for each event. Come and discover the Real Possibilities that you can be a part of within your community!
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