More than 600 volunteers across the state devote their time and talents to a variety of issue areas and programs including advocating on the issues at the State Capitol to supporting volunteer, community-based initiatives that help make a difference in our communities and improve the lives of older Iowans such as the Driver Safety Program, the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide and Money Management programs. AARP Iowa also partners with statewide non-profit groups such as the Iowa Senior Health Insurance Information Program and the Iowa Senior Medicare Patrol to connect members with meaningful volunteer opportunities. Members can also connect with local volunteer needs in their communities on any number of issues from helping children to fighting hunger at Create the Good.
AARP was founded on the premise that no one should have to live in a chicken coop. Today, we continue to create opportunities and drive social change to address the wants and needs of the 50+ population to help them live their best life. How can we serve you?
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