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AARP AARP States Advocacy

Make a Difference on Issues That Matter


AARP is recruiting volunteers to make a difference on issues important to Kansans age 50-plus.

AARP Kansas volunteers address a wide range of issues, from protecting Social Security and Medicare to ensuring fair utility rates, improving access to health care, making communities age-friendly and helping older workers find jobs or start businesses.

Volunteers in the Topeka area can help track bills or testify at legislative committee hearings. Volunteers across the state can attend public hearings and town hall meetings, research issues, and communicate with legislators and members of Congress. Volunteers also serve on the AARP Kansas executive and diversity councils.

Interested? Call Andrea Bozarth, AARP associate state director for community outreach, toll-free at 866-448-3619.

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