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AARP AARP States Maine Volunteering

AARP Maine Volunteer Opportunities!

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Interested in sharing your experience and talents as a volunteer?

You have a lifetime of experience to offer. Why not share your talents right here in Maine? Through outreach, advocacy and service, AARP volunteers and staff work together to enhance the quality of life for Mainers of all ages. Whether it is behind the scenes supporting the daily work of AARP Maine or lending a hand directly to others in Maine communities, we offer a range of opportunities! Click here for our Volunteer Brochure: Maine Volunteer Brochure 2023 (1694700).pdf

PLEASE NOTE: There are opportunities to work with our office virtually as well as in-person.

Local Advocates

Our advocacy program gives you a voice on the issues that matter most to your family, friends and community such as health care, caregiving needs and fair utility costs. Volunteer advocates engage legislators, deliver testimony, and support important state and federal issues that impact the health and financial security of Mainers over 50. Let’s work together to bring positive changes to Maine in communities everywhere.

Each week during the legislative session, advocates can join “Tuesdays at the State House” (TASH) for updates and tips on being an effective advocate. Our advocacy volunteers represent AARP at local events; raise awareness about key issues affecting older Mainers, such as prescription drug prices, financial security and health care; and coordinate community conversations among voters and political candidates. It's a rewarding and important role and we hope you will join us as we work together on issues of importance to older Mainers in 2024.

One of our newer volunteer programs is called Recess Regulars - a great way to engage with Maine's Federal Delegation and advocate on the issues you and your family care about.

Community Engagement

Fun with purpose is a theme for our community work around Maine. Community engagement volunteers work together with local residents, community leaders, and organizations to host events (such as our free coffee and on-tap social events), support community projects and share information and resources -- a perfect way to make a difference in towns across Maine!

Speakers Bureau

We are always looking for energetic volunteers who can represent us around Maine. We’ll work with you and give you the resources you need to give simple presentations to groups and organizations on a variety of topics including Social Security and Medicare, livable communities, fraud protection and more.

Online Advocate

Would you like to stay connected with AARP Maine through email and social media? Join a growing group of Mainers who have become the voice for the 50-plus online! With our brief email alerts, you’ll be in the loop on local events and statewide issues. Liking us on Facebook (, Instagram ( and following us on Twitter (@aarpmaine) are easy ways to stay connected to our local opportunities. Every voice makes a difference on the critical issues we address on behalf of our members and their families.

Behind the Scenes

If you prefer to work behind the scenes, AARP Maine offers a variety of ways to get involved.  From mailing parties to member phone banks and event preparation, we welcome your time and talents.

Would you like to learn more about volunteering with AARP Maine?

Getting started is easy!
Call us at 1-866-554-5380; Email us at;

Get Involved in Maine

AARP volunteers find that giving back to their community maximizes their enjoyment of life. For more information, call toll-free 1-866-554-5380 or email


AARP Maine

53 Baxter Boulevard, Suite 202
Portland, ME 04101
Toll-free: 1-866-554-5380
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About AARP Maine
Contact information and more from your state office. Learn what we are doing to champion social change and help you live your best life.