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AARP West Virginia is expanding its team of volunteers dedicated to improving the lives of the state’s older residents. Volunteers can work from home or in person.
Opportunities include being the face of AARP West Virginia at community outreach events and serving as presenters for AARP programs. Training is provided.
Volunteers can also help the state office with its nonpartisan advocacy for policies important to people 50 and older. Priorities include strengthening Social Security and expanding retirement savings programs; promoting affordable health care; improving long-term care; and supporting West Virginia’s 250,000 family caregivers. Learn more and sign up at aarp.org/wv.