National Volunteer Week: A Chance to Say 'Thanks!

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Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU! That's AARP's message to anyone and everyone who volunteered in the past year. Next week, April 10-16, is National Volunteer Week. So while we're among the millions of people who are grateful for volunteers year round, we are particularly enthusiastic about expressing our gratitude now.

Do you have a volunteer you'd like to thank? Or a volunteer story to share? Or are you seeking volunteer opportunities? Create The Good is your one-stop Web site to do all of those things, and more. For example, at createthegood.org you can:

That's just a sample. Check out the site for more! Oh, and in case weren't emphatic enough above: Thanks again for all you do

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