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Become a Virtual AARP DC Advocacy Volunteer


AARP District of Columbia is working to make sure older residents don’t get short shrift when local lawmakers make decisions about funding programs. 

The pandemic has led to budget deficits in the District, making cuts possible to programs and services for older adults. 

Want to help protect critical priorities? AARP DC is looking for volunteers to serve as ward liaisons, who will fight for issues such as nutrition access, affordable housing and lowering prescription drug costs by representing the community at local meetings and in testimony before the D.C. Council. 

Those interested should reach out to Brittany Kitt, at, or Peter Rankin, at

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