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AARP AARP States Maryland Volunteering

Become an AARP Maryland Volunteer


If you're ready to start volunteering with AARP in Maryland, visit this page or call 1-866-542-8163.

AARP is the nation's largest nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that supports individuals in choosing how they live as they age. Find out how you can contribute your time, knowledge, and talents to meaningful causes with AARP in Maryland.

As an AARP volunteer in Maryland, you'll experience:

  • Sharing the wealth of your life experiences
  • Taking on fresh challenges and fostering creativity
  • Flexible time commitments that suit your schedule
  • Opportunities for both remote and community-based volunteering
  • Access to high-quality training and educational resources
  • Building new connections and friendships
  • Knowing you're making a difference in your community

Volunteer Opportunities in Maryland:

Advocacy: Join the Annapolis Legislative Task Force to influence state and federal public policies that affect Maryland residents aged 50 and older.

Speakers Bureau: Educate and inform the public by leading workshops on various topics such as caregiving, brain health, retirement planning, fraud prevention, and more.

Community Outreach: Help bring AARP to life in Maryland communities as a Community Planning Team member, organizing fun and educational events and representing AARP in the community.

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Program: Contribute to the nation's largest free volunteer-run tax preparation and assistance service for low- and middle-income taxpayers.

AARP Driver Safety: Promote road safety for drivers aged 50 and older as part of a network of AARP-trained volunteers.

Voter Engagement: Be a vital part of our election cycle efforts by asking candidates about issues that matter most to Maryland residents aged 50 and above.

Fraud Watch Network: With new scams popping up every day, AARP wants to help you protect your money. That’s why the AARP Fraud Watch Network equips people with up-to-date knowledge to spot and avoid scams sooner. We’re looking for volunteers like you to help. The AARP Fraud Watch Network needs people to help teach, give support, and help spread awareness.

About AARP Maryland
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