A network of Fraud Fighter volunteers with AARP Minnesota educate our members and the public about consumer fraud and identity theft. They offer formal presentations to community groups, but also spread the word with their family and friends to help everyone avoid financial crime.
Building on the success of its previous fraud prevention efforts, AARP Minnesota is recruiting volunteers to expand the AARP Fraud Watch Network into rural parts of the state.
AARP Minnesota represents over 65,000 people across the state, and we're proud to make a difference in the communities you live in. We're passionate about helping Minnesotans build a strong financial future, providing care for the caregivers, keeping your savings safe, finding ways for you to save, and more. We rely on volunteers to help us carry out our mission, and we're always looking for more people to join our efforts. As a volunteer, you can make an impact in so many ways. Whether you're passionate about advocating at the Capitol, helping people save money, fighting fraud, being an AARP ambassador, or all of the above, we need you. Below, take a look at the ways you can get involved with AARP Minnesota.
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