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AARP volunteers will play an important role in pushing for policies to improve the lives of older Wisconsinites as lawmakers work to set the 2023–2024 state budget.
Are you interested in providing in-person or virtual presentations to small groups in Wisconsin? AARP is welcoming new volunteers for our Speakers Bureau to educate and inform the public on issues that matter most to our 50-plus Wisconsinites.
AARP needs volunteers to advocate this summer and fall for issues of concern to Wisconsinites age 50-plus.
AARP Wisconsin is seeking volunteers to support its nonpartisan election outreach efforts around issues important to older adults and voter turnout.
AARP Wisconsin volunteer advocates are still making their voices heard during the pandemic by reaching out to lawmakers the old-fashioned way, through calls, letters and emails.
Lawmakers in Madison listen when AARP volunteers share their personal testimony.
AARP Wisconsin is seeking nominations for its 2019 AARP State Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors those individuals who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives in their communities.
We are inviting all AARP members and anyone else from the general public to join us at any or all of the state’s four state budget hearings this month in Janesville, Oak Creek, River Falls and Green Bay. At each of these hearings we will have an AARP Wisconsin volunteer advocate testify on a specific issue that we would like to see addressed in the state’s 2019-2021 state budget.
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