Every day AARP volunteers impact the lives of others. Whether fighting to lower the high cost of prescription drugs, educating people on the latest frauds and scams, or connecting people to meaningful and fun experiences where they live; volunteers are vital to the work that we do throughout the state.
Driving, of course, is a big part of life in Texas, including for seniors looking to maintain their independence. Older drivers could particularly see benefits from a new federal requirement mandating rearview cameras in automobiles.
AARP Minnesota represents over 65,000 people across the state, and we're proud to make a difference in the communities you live in. We're passionate about helping Minnesotans build a strong financial future, providing care for the caregivers, keeping your savings safe, finding ways for you to save, and more. We rely on volunteers to help us carry out our mission, and we're always looking for more people to join our efforts. As a volunteer, you can make an impact in so many ways. Whether you're passionate about advocating at the Capitol, helping people save money, fighting fraud, being an AARP ambassador, or all of the above, we need you. Below, take a look at the ways you can get involved with AARP Minnesota.
Car-Fit is a free, educational program that offers drivers the opportunity to check how well their vehicles "fit" them. A team of trained technicians and/ or health professionals help each participant to ensure they "fit" their vehicle properly for maximum comfort and safety.
Kathryn LeRoy LeBrasseur of Alexandria was presented with the 2014 AARP Minnesota Andrus Award for Community Service at an awards reception held at the Senior Community Center today. The award honors Minnesotans over the age of 50 who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives of their community members. As part of the award, AARP made a $1,000 donation to the Alexandria Senior Community Center.
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