Volunteering Maryland

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The week of April 16-22 is National Volunteer Week. At AARP Maryland, we are incredibly lucky to work with more than 600 volunteers across the state to make life better for 50+ Marylanders and their families...all year long!
AARP Maryland helping fight hunger with our Harvest for the Hungry Food Drive in March 2015.
"Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile."- Albert Einstein
AARP Maryland helping fight hunger with our Harvest for the Hungry Food Drive in March 2015.
February 23, 2016 update: The registration period for volunteering for Spring Forward 2016 is now closed--but you can still get involved by donating to the campaign from Feb 27-March 5! Visit this page to learn more.
MD Brandon and Towson U students Day of Service 2015
The following was written by AARP Maryland's Summer/Fall 2015 Communications Intern, Brandon Edwards. Brandon is a senior at Towson University, and he along with several of his classmates participated in AARP's 2015 Celebration of Service on 9/11 in Washington DC.
Advocacy Volunteer
Thanks to all who attended this event! Look for our next advocacy day in 2016.
ND - Andrus Award
AARP's annual Andrus Awards for Community Service acknowledges volunteers that have gone above and beyond to give back to give back to their communities through service. This year, in Maryland, we are proud to honor Bethesda resident Mary Bochanis!
Andrus 2014 AARP award winner Ted Mobley of Harwood, MD.
Theodore "Ted" Mobley of Harwood, Maryland, has been awarded the 2014 AARP Maryland Andrus Award for Community Service--the Association’s most prestigious and visible state volunteer award for community service.
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