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50 Over 50

WHY VOLUNTEER? October 19, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Join AARP MN and  Pollen to hear inspiring stories from 50 Over 50 honorees who have mastered the art of aging well through their volunteer efforts. Connect virtually with people who share a passion for community. Register today!

Make a Difference

Share your experience, skills, and passion through volunteering. Join AARP’s community of 60,000-plus volunteers and donate your time and talent — in person or from home — to improve the lives of older Americans and their families. 

We are looking for volunteers across Minnesota to make a difference in your community.

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Volunteer with AARP Minnesota

Our volunteers are skilled, dedicated and passionate about giving back to their communities and helping the 50-plus population live their best lives. When you join our inclusive family of volunteers, we’ll provide all of the training and support you need to make a difference, make new connections and have fun at the same time.

Explore current opportunities to virtually volunteer below, or contact Meghan Redmond at or (651) 726-5642.

Provide event support and raise awareness of AARP’s issues and strategic priorities in local communities by representing AARP at fun member and community events.

Provide event support and raise awareness of AARP’s issues and strategic priorities in local communities by representing AARP at fun member and community events.

Become part of AARP’s award-winning Driver Safety program. A variety of volunteer positions are available, including course instructor, volunteer leader, marketing & recruitment specialist, data manager, and tech advisor.

AARP Experience Corps is an intergenerational volunteer-based tutoring program to help kids become great readers by the end of third grade. Experience Corps is located in over a dozen schools across the Twin Cities.

Every year, thousands of Americans are impacted by fraud and scams – but you can beat con artists at their own game and help to protect others by volunteering with the AARP Fraud Watch Network.

Educate community members and decision-makers about important issues that affect us all as we age.

Provide resources, referrals, and information to people both in person and over the phone at the AARP Information Center, located in the Mall of America.

Raise awareness of AARP and provide valuable information and resources to the 50+. Volunteers conduct presentations, provide technical support, and assist AARP with community outreach.

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide offers free tax-filing help to those who need it most. Tax-aide sites are coordinated throughout Minnesota and there are a variety of volunteer roles available.

Interested in volunteering with AARP Minnesota but not sure where to start? Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form and we will follow-up with you within 72 hours.

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