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Meet our volunteers and find opportunities to get involved with our outreach and community service programs.
When AARP Vermont volunteer David Cawley retired five years ago, he suddenly had a lot more time to walk his neighborhood in Burlington. These strolls—along with time spent researching local history—led Cawley to cofound the Old East End Neighborhood Coalition, a community improvement group.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, which offers free virtual and in-person tax preparation assistance, is looking for volunteers for the upcoming tax season.
Sophie Quest, of Burlington, has received AARP’s top volunteer award, the Andrus Award for Community Service.
The Vermont Retired Educators Association is seeking retired teachers and other school staff as new members.
The AARP Fraud Watch Network is working to raise awareness among Vermonters 50-plus so they don’t become victims of fraud.
AARP Vermont relies on the hard work and dedication of volunteers who donate their time, energy and talents to improve the lives of their neighbors and all Vermonters.
Want to help combat scammers? AARP Vermont is looking for more fraud fighting volunteers to staff tables and give talks.
AARP Vermont is recruiting volunteers for the 2020 tax season.
At Greater Northshire Access Television’s (GNAT) annual Volunteer Appreciation event, the 2018 “GNATTY” Award for exceptional service was awarded to Elliott Greenblott. Elliott, the Vermont Fraud Watch Network state coordinator for AARP Vermont is a natural host for his regular series Mr. Scammer. GNAT-TV and Elliott have produced 15 shows and 17 special scam alerts, which provide specific information about the latest financial and identity scams. Viewers hear from experts on a variety of topics such as, identity theft, investment fraud and internet fraud.
Linda Bowden of Burlington has been has been appointed State President of AARP Vermont, a volunteer position working closely with both staff and volunteers throughout the state to help AARP achieve its mission in Vermont. Her responsibilities include serving as a volunteer spokesperson, chairing the AARP Vermont Advisory Council, building networks and community partnerships, and recruiting volunteers.
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