****THIS OPPORTUNITY IS VIRTUAL BUT IS WITHIN THE STATE OF MAINE****
We've got more than 200,000 AARP members here in Maine but little local organization to make an impact. We're building local strength with older Mainers interested in getting organized and getting serious about making Maine more than just "the oldest state."
There's much to do. We work on select issues debated every day in the Augusta State House. Those issues have real world impacts for older Mainers and their families. Issues like:
Building retirement savings options so today's workforce can retire securely tomorrow.
Improving access to long term care for all Mainers
Helping more Mainers age-in-place through expansion of home and community based services.
Fighting for fairer utility rates for older Mainers
Community Leads work to support AARP Maine's statewide effort through local outreach and community building. The goal is to build support through relationships and virtual events:
Hosting virtual Kitchen Table Chats with local state legislators
Becoming a local expert on one or two key issues impacting older Mainers (listed above).
Representing AARP and older Mainers in your local newspaper or radio station.
Come help us build a better Maine for all older Mainers and their families. There's much to be done.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About AARP Maine
53 Baxter Blvd, AARP Maine, Portland, ME 04102, US
We envision a society in which everyone ages with dignity and purpose. AARP is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we age. We lead positive social change and deliver value to members through advocacy, information & service
AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, membership organization with a social mission.
Advocacy & Human Rights
We'll work with your schedule.
53 Baxter BlvdAARP MainePortland, ME04102
November 12, 2020
5-8 hours per week (at most)
Comfort with using Zoom and other virtual technology to connect with community is helpful but not required.