Cindy Roholt of Fargo is the recipient of the 2021 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service – AARP’s most prestigious volunteer award.
AARP North Dakota has skilled volunteers available to provide virtual presentations and can speak to your group online. Our speakers provide FREE virtual presentations via Zoom that address the issues that matter most to North Dakotans. If you are interested in requesting a speaker, please fill out this form. Our speakers will present to groups throughout the state, including community organizations, private businesses, houses of worship, senior centers and other groups.
Bowman, Rugby, Grand Forks and Bismarck are each recipients of a 2021 AARP Community Challenge grant. A total of $3.2 million is being awarded by AARP to fund 244 “quick action” projects across the country to help create more livable communities.
AARP is collaborating with national nonprofit FitLot™ to build one outdoor fitness parks in each state and territory we serve. The fitness parks are designed for users of all ages and abilities.
Just because you might be staying home more these days, doesn't mean you can't do meaningful volunteer work. Whether you have special skills and expertise you want to share, or simply are passionate about helping others, we have a volunteer opportunity that's right for you. And you can do it all from the convenience and comfort of your own home!
The Community Challenge grant program is part of AARP’s nationwide Livable Communities initiative, which helps communities become great places to live for residents of all ages. The full list of grantees and project descriptions can be found at www.aarp.org/communitychallenge.
Evelyn Hildebrand of Minot is the recipient of the 2020 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service – AARP’s most prestigious volunteer award.
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