6220 SW 29th St, Suite 300
Topeka, KS 66614
Toll Free: (866) 448-3619
Maren Turner, State Director
Mission Statement: AARP is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all as we age, leading positive social change and delivering value to members through information, advocacy and service.
Hours: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday
AARP Kansas focuses on the following principal areas of concern to our members:
- Health & supportive services
- Economic security and work
- Livable Communities
- Advocacy, information and community service
- AARP Tax-Aide: Trained volunteers provide tax counseling assistance from January through April
- AARP Driver Safety Program: Volunteer instructors offer driver education classes aimed at improving the skills of mature drivers.
- Community Service: Volunteers work on issues that are important to Kansans as they age through a statewide volunteer network and through local AARP chapters.
- Grassroots Advocacy: Staff and volunteers educate AARP members and the public about important economic, health and livable community issues and inform lawmakers and electoral candidates about AARP’s positions on key policy issues.
- School Retirees Association: The Kansas Association of Retired School Personnel (KARSP) is affiliated with the National Retired Teachers Association, a division of AARP. Both promote the economic, social and professional status of retired school personnel and participating programs and services of AARP.
Eligibility: AARP takes an intergenerational approach to activities and programs.
How to Apply: For information on any of these programs or to become an AARP volunteer, please call the Kansas State Office at (866) 448-3619.
Fees: Membership is $16.00 annually and includes subscriptions to AARP, The Magazine and AARP Bulletin.
Funding: AARP is a non-profit organization supported by a variety of revenue streams