The AARP Alabama state office opened in 2001, and since then the volunteers and staff have been working to improve the lives of Alabamians age 50+ and their families through outreach, advocacy, and legislative activities. Those efforts are led by eight full-time staff members and a 10-member volunteer executive council who work with hundreds of dedicated volunteers throughout the state. Those volunteers, along with Alabama’s more 430,000 AARP members, are the backbone of the organization and a driving force in every effort.
AARP Nevada staff and volunteers help more than 320,000 Silver State members with Real Possibilities for living their best lives. We offer news, information and resources on the issues that matter most to you.
AARP Massachusetts supports community service programs that have a positive impact on individuals and in communities around the state. We also advocate for our more than 800,000 members and their families on issues including health care and financial security at both the state and federal levels, and engage in voter education activities.
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