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AARP Oregon Recognizes Tax-Aide Volunteer for Her Commitment to Community Service with its Prestigious Andrus Award
Kathy Goeddel has been selected by AARP Oregon to receive the 2022 Andrus Award for Community Service, the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award. Recipients across the nation were chosen for the award, named for AARP founder Ethel Percy Andrus, for enhancing the lives of AARP members and prospective members, improving the community, and inspiring others to volunteer.
Volunteering with AARP Oregon offers community and connection, and the organization is recruiting.
AARP Oregon is looking to add virtual volunteers so residents from the more far-flung areas of the state can be active within the state chapter.
Learn about CASA of Jackson County, Inc, and learn about the important work the CASA volunteers do in this local partner profile from Southern Oregon.
The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program Is Recruiting for Volunteers in Oregon
AARP Oregon is seeking dedicated volunteers to serve on its Executive Council and Diversity Advisory Committee, which help guide advocacy, outreach and service efforts around the state.
Use your experience, talent, and time volunteering with AARP in Oregon.
Eugene woman makes a difference in her community!
Travel season has arrived, along with changes in highways, rules and technology. Oregonians can rev up with AARP Oregon’s driving refresher classes on safety, skills and tech.
AARP volunteers are in a class of their own! They bring a lifetime of experience, passion for the well-being of their community and a desire to serve. This year, we will be featuring other AARP volunteer leaders who are working on behalf of 50+ Oregonians and their families in our state.
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