There was a packed house at the Botanica Gardens in Wichita in August as area residents gathered to hear about volunteer opportunities that are available through AARP Kansas. While many of those who attended know AARP for its discounts and insurance product endorsements, many didn't realize that AARP recruits volunteers to do a variety of work in communities across the state such as advocacy, community outreach, helping prepare tax returns, and teaching safer driving,  as well as serving on the AARP Executive Council and Diversity Council.
AARP Kansas Volunteers
AARP Kansas invites you to join our team and become one of the growing number of AARP volunteers across Kansas.  Our Executive Council oversees the direction of AARP Kansas’ work, while the Diversity Council ensures that all our activities are inclusive. Our advocacy volunteers work to better the lives of 50+ Kansans by improving the laws that impact all as they age and our community outreach volunteers work tirelessly to make their communities more livable.
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