AARP is seeking volunteers to advocate at the local, state and national levels on issues important to Kansans 50-plus, to help make communities better places to live for all people.
The AARP Kansas Executive Council is part of a team of leadership volunteers, who under the guidance of the State President and State Director, carry out AARP's strategic priorites within the state. The Executive Council supports and reflects the mission of AARP – to enhance quality of life for all as we age, to lead positive social change and to deliver value to members through information, advocacy and service.
AARP Kansas wants older residents to be able to stay in their homes and communities, to afford their utilities and to have the resources necessary for health care.
Judy Davis-Cole, of Ottawa, received the 2018 AARP Kansas Andrus Award for Community Service -- the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service.
AARP Kansas recognizes and values the contributions made by our team of volunteers throughout our state to help improve the quality of life for Kansans age 50 and older. Whether they volunteer in the areas of advocacy, community service and/or serve on our Executive or Diversity Councils, the Volunteer Support Team or the Capital City Task Force, they provide invaluable service in their communities and in the state.
AARP Kansas is pleased to welcome Kevin Kneisley, Hiawatha, as the state's new Driver Safety Coordinator for AARP Driver Safety (ADS). Kevin joined ADS in 2017 as a Driver Safety instructor.
Search AARP Kansas
Sign Up & Stay Connected