Volunteering

Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
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After six years of dedicated service, David Holmquist, 75, of Omaha, is stepping down as AARP Nebraska’s volunteer state president. Holmquist has built integral relationships with elected officials, community partners and volunteers on behalf of the state’s nearly 200,000 AARP members.
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Hospital and Senior Center to each receive $1,250 donation from AARP
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Help support veterans and their families
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Winner will receive $2,500 to donate to charity of their choice
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Tax credits for caregivers, paid sick leave for workers, broadband internet access and prescription drug costs are issues important to Nebraska residents 50 and older.
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Winner will receive $2,500 to donate to charity of their choice
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Do you want to help plan fun and educational outings in Omaha?
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Approximately 290,000 Nebraska residents have access to just one internet provider or no access at all.
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 Carol Knaub of Gering has been selected to receive AARP Nebraska’s highest volunteer award. She is the 17th volunteer to be honored with the annual AARP Nebraska Andrus Award for Community Service since 2002.
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