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AARP's commitment to volunteer service first grew from the vision of our founder Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus. Her motto, "to serve, not to be served," helped shape our volunteer efforts at the national, state, and local levels as a means of achieving a positive impact on our society.
AARP continues to offer a range of opportunities where volunteers can put their time, skills and experience to good use. Working closely with community partners, teams of volunteers ensure that important AARP programs are available in their community. Others help with a variety of community events that inform, protect and empower adults 50+ on a range of important issues.
Together, AARP volunteers and staff are working to enhance the quality of life for all as we age by achieving positive social change through information, advocacy and service. Here's what you can do to help:Coordinate a Team of Volunteers: Are you a person that others look to when an event or effort needs to be organized? Do you like to make things happen?Be Part of a Team of Volunteers: Are you a worker bee? Good at a lot of things, but don't necessarily like to be in the limelight?
pecialize in What You're Good At: Do you have a special talent like public speaking, or understanding and explaining complex legislative issues, or maybe working with media? Interact with the Public: Do you like sharing information and chatting one-on-one? Passing on helpful things to others? AARP Missouri has volunteer opportunities that fit you in your community!
For more information about what's available in your community, call us toll free at: 1.866.389.5627 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Skill Desired: Writing, Spanish Language, Public Speaking/Meeting Facilitation, Project Management, Marketing, Education/Training, Information Technology
Matching Interests: Indoors, Geared for 50+ volunteers, Outdoors, Community, Veterans & Military Families, Seniors, Health & Wellness, Computers & Technology
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