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Looking for Virtual Advocacy Volunteers

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AARP Maine is looking for virtual advocates to join its team to fight for the issues that residents 50-plus care about including health care, affordable utilities and livable communities. 

Local Advocates and Tuesdays at the State House

Our advocacy program gives you a voice on the issues that matter most to your family, friends and community. Volunteer advocates engage legislators, deliver testimony, and support important state and federal issues that impact the health and financial security of Mainers over 50. Interested in policy or concerned about the political process? You can still have an impact on your community right from your home!

Our team of virtual advocates fight for Mainers 50-plus working on issues such as health care, affordable utilities and making Maine’s communities more livable. Our “Tuesdays at the State House” program is now virtual! You can advocate right from home and enact real change for all Mainers. We provide all the training and support you'll need!

You can read the announcement about our legislative priorities here and our Legislative Platform for 2021-2022 here.


A little about us and THE POWER OF ONE!

Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, a retired school teacher, founded AARP in 1958 at the age of 73. We don’t put an age limit on our goals and dreams. Join our volunteer team and be a part of Dr. Andrus’ extraordinary legacy. Together, we can make a difference right here at home.

AARP is the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering Americans 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. We have a membership of over 200,000 in Maine and almost 38 million nationwide.

At AARP Maine we:

• Offer information and resources on important issues

• Engage in advocacy in state and federal issues

• Provide quality volunteer opportunities for members

It is the Association’s policy that all AARP volunteers will receive equal opportunity and treatment throughout recruitment, appointment, training, and service. There will be no discrimination based on age, disabilities, gender, race, national or ethnic origin, religion, economic status, or sexual orientation.

To learn more about AARP’s advocacy efforts and how to get involved, email us at me@aarp.org or call 1-866-554-5380.
You can also follow us on our social media channels: Facebook and Twitter: @aarpmaine and Instagram @aarpme

We look forward to hearing from you!

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