Volunteer to Advocate for Kansans 50-Plus

Posted on 12/31/22 by The AARP Bulletin

AARP is seeking volunteers to advocate for policies aimed at improving the lives of older Kansans during the 2023 legislative session beginning in January.

Top priorities for AARP Kansas include creating a state-sponsored retirement savings program for workers, expanding access to affordable high-speed internet service and increasing support for family caregivers.

AARP is recruiting volunteers who are passionate about these topics to contact state lawmakers, testify before legislative committees and share stories about how these important issues impact their lives.

AARP Kansas also needs volunteers in other roles, such as serving on its Executive Council and educating Kansans about frauds and scams and how to avoid them. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, go to aarp.org/volunteer.

This story is provided by AARP Kansas. Visit the AARP Kansas page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.

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