As an AARP member, you receive the Bulletin, AARP the Magazine, invitations to various AARP workshops and events, but we’d like to hear from you on how being an AARP has made a difference in your life.
Do you feel AARP plays a positive role in your community? How? We’d like to hear.
Do you feel AARP is “in your corner?” – fighting on issues that matter to you and your family? Do you think AARP makes things better for society? How? Do you see AARP as an advocate in the marketplace? Does AARP save you money? Do you use AARP discounts?
Or perhaps you view AARP as an organization that has helped you empower yourself to help you pursue your goals and dreams. If you identify with any of these questions, we definitely want to hear from you. Perhaps you attended a workshop that made a difference in your life. Perhaps we asked you to contact a legislator on legislation that was important to you.
Whatever “it” was that made a difference – that made you smile or feel proud that you are an AARP member… that’s what we want to hear about.
You can help finishing these sentences.
- AARP makes things better for society by:
- AARP plays a positive role in my community by:
- AARP is in my corner, fighting on issues that matter to me and my family. Just the other day:
- AARP is my advocate in the marketplace and saves me money. I saved money on:
- AARP empowers me to pursue my goals and dreams. I know this because:
You can share your message or your story by contacting Ann Secrest via email at email@example.com, via fax at 907-341-2270 or via phone toll free at 866-227-7447.
Or if you want to send a letter or postcard, send to: Ann Secrest, AARP Alaska, 3601 C Street, Suite 1420, Anchorage, AK 99503. We want to know you’re proud of being an AARP member.