AARP Andrus Award Winner Don Redfoot
Don Redfoot selected as recipient of AARP Andrus Award for Community Service
JANUARY the word of the white letters hanging on ropes
Only one month has passed in 2018, and boy do we feel like we hit the ground running!
AARP Colorado named Charlene Gardner of Pueblo as its 2017 Andrus Award winner.
Janie Nirk
AARP Idaho is pleased to announce that Janie Nirk of Potlatch, Idaho is the recipient of the 2017 Andrus Award for Community Service, the Association’s most prestigious volunteer award. Each year AARP honors the legacy of AARP founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, with the AARP Andrus Award for Community Service. This award is a symbol of the power of individuals to make a difference in the lives of others.
Do you know an extraordinary volunteer age 50 or older?
Did you know that there are low income seniors and persons with disabilities right in your own community that need your help? With compassion, patience, and a few hours each month, you can make a difference. Consider volunteering with the Massachusetts Money Management Program .
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AARP is proud to announce the winners of its inaugural Asian American and Pacific Islander Community Hero Awards that were created to acknowledge the hardworking staff and volunteers of non-profit organizations serving AAPIs age 50-plus. “We’re proud to recognize Julie, Shiao-Lin, Dongwoo ‘Joe’ for their outstanding contributions and dedication to our seniors,” said Daphne Kwok, AARP Vice President of Multicultural Leadership, Asian American and Pacific Islander Audience Strategy. “They tirelessly devote their time, talents, and passion to provide an invaluable service to our community. We hope that they inspire others to work or volunteer
The proverbial beans have been spilled! It has come to the attention of the AARP Missouri State Office that the Modern Woodmen of America's Hometown Hero Program has honored several AARP volunteers in past and present months! So - we'd like to share this good news.
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