En esta Semana Nacional del Voluntariado quiero agradecer a los miles de voluntarios de AARP alrededor del país que dedican su tiempo y energía a luchar por los asuntos que nos afectan a todos. Ellos trabajan duro en sus comunidades y en las legislaturas estatales, y presionan a sus congresistas a encontrar soluciones sensatas que apoyan a las personas en Estados Unidos y a sus familias. Con la ayuda de nuestros voluntarios, hemos:
This National Volunteer Week, I’d like to say a big thank you to the thousands of AARP volunteers from across the country who dedicate their time and energy to fight for the issues that affect us all. They are hard at work in their communities and state capitols and engaging legislators to pass commonsense solutions that support every day Americans and their families. With their help, we’ve:
At Take a Stand, we call the tactic “bird-dogging.” And I believe it’s a major reason Social Security is going to become a much bigger issue in the 2016 presidential campaign.
I had the honor of speaking at the AARP North Carolina State Office Multicultural Outreach Awards Dinner on May 21 at the historic International Civil Rights Center and Museum in Greensboro, N.C. The event celebrated the contributions of six organizations that are giving “the most” to improve the quality of life for North Carolinians.
This is a guest post by Nancy LeaMond. Nancy, the Executive Vice President of AARP's State and National Group, leads government affairs, public education and integrated legislative and educational campaigns and volunteerism and service for AARP's social change agenda. Nancy also has responsibility for AARP's state operation, which includes offices in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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