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Volunteering

Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
The nomination deadline is July 15, 2024. Recognize volunteers 50+ who make a powerful difference in their community today!
Our next meeting will be June 13th, 2024 and we are going to learn how to stay safe from scam attempts, and be able to share stories between members!
We invite you to enjoy a free coffee as we get together with friends and neighbors, and hear from local leaders and organizations.
To Our Wonderful Volunteers: THANK YOU! Your Time Makes a World of Difference!
AARP is fighting to save you money on your utility bills.
At AARP Maine, we believe that hard work shouldn’t go unnoticed. To celebrate the accomplishments of our volunteer advocates, we are proud to announce the 2024 Legislative Honor Roll!
Top ten things you may not know about AARP in Maine and beyond.
How did our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, build on her experience as a high school principal to found the nation's largest nonprofit organization dedicated to the betterment of older Americans? What initiatives did she launch decades ago that are still part of the framework of AARP's mission today? Find out in this wonderful series written and narrated by AARP Maine volunteers.
With Maine being the oldest state in the country, reminding our elected leaders in Washington (we've only got four) and Augusta (we've got 186) that we're paying attention is step one to preserving vital programs such as Social Security and Medicare.
AARP Maine welcomes Bangor resident, André Chassé, as our new Volunteer State President. This key volunteer role is part of a venerable tradition that spans every one of AARP’s 53 state offices nationwide.
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