AARP's commitment to volunteer service grew from the vision of our founder, Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, and her motto "To serve, not to be served." That motto has helped to shape our volunteer efforts at the national, state and local levels.
You can put your time, skills and life experiences to good use right here in the Kansas City metro area by becoming a volunteer for AARP in Kansas City. Together with AARP staff, you will enhance the quality of life for all Kansas Citians as they age, creating positive social change through information, advocacy and service.
From Olathe to Liberty and everywhere in between, we have opportunities for you to get involved with AARP in the Kansas City area. You can represent AARP at local events, serve as an AARP spokesperson, organize and lead local volunteer efforts, advocate with local, state and federal legislators, and more! Throughout your volunteer journey, you will work directly with an AARP staff member and receive all the tools and training you need. Join us at an upcoming event to find out more about what AARP is doing in Kansas City, fill out our volunteer application, or reach out directly to Diane Hall, Associate State Director of Community Outreach with AARP, at email@example.com
Our team of local volunteers is excited to get to know you!
We also host monthly volunteer meet-ups as well as monthly advocacy council meetings. Click on the dates below and register to attend!
Kansas City Metro Volunteer Meeting: October 19th and November 16th
Advocacy Team Meeting: October 23rd
On October 11th, our Diversity Council will be hosting an informal coffee chat and you're invited to attend! Join our discussion on issues impacting the 50+ population in Kansas City and enjoy a free beverage on AARP. Find out more.
Monday, Apr 13, 2020 at 7:00pm
Glenwood Arts Theater
Overland Park, KS
Tuesday, Apr 14, 2020 at 10:00am
AARP Missouri State Office
Kansas City, MO
Thursday, Apr 16, 2020 at 1:00pm
JOIN FOR JUST $16 A YEAR