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AARP AARP States Oklahoma Volunteering

Step Up to Help Support Oklahomans 50-Plus

Volunteer Concept

The state Legislature returns on Monday, Feb. 6, and AARP needs volunteers to help educate lawmakers about issues important to older Oklahomans. Volunteers can participate in person or virtually.

AARP Oklahoma’s legislative priorities include expanding access to quality home- and community-based services and protecting the vulnerable against financial fraud and abuse.

AARP is also eager to welcome volunteers in other roles, such as leading Driver Safety classes, which help older adults refresh their driving skills. The AARP Fraud Watch Network also needs help educating Oklahomans on how to spot scams.

Interested in becoming an AARP volunteer? Fill out the form at

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