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Why Become A Volunteer

Frustrated with Washington? 

Worried about threats to cut Social Security & Medicare that also threaten your own economic security? 

You’re not alone.  You’re also not powerless.  In fact, far from it!  The National Committee’s millions of members and supporters nationwide have been working together for decades successfully leveraging their power and raising their voices in support of America’s most successful federal programs -- Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.

The strong advocacy of our members and supporters is the National Committee's most powerful asset. Their views — expressed through nationwide events, petitions, email, phone calls, personal letters and our active social media communities — have long made a crucial difference in the outcome of legislation on Capitol Hill.   Lawmakers know that National Committee members are a potent political force willing to invest their time, energy, and dedication to influence important legislative and political change in Washington. 

You too can make a difference. 


10 Ways To Get Involved

Do you have just a little time to invest or much more?  Are you looking for events to attend in person or online?  Are you the type of person who wants to lead the charge or be a part of a team?  However you answer these questions, the National Committee has a role you can fill.  




Capitol Action Team

If you live in the Washington, D.C. metro area then you’re the perfect candidate for our Capitol Action Team (CAT).  This group of mobilized and energized volunteers is well-known in the halls of Congress and throughout Washington as a strong voice on behalf of millions of seniors and their families nationwide.

We’d love you to join the CAT team too!




National Committee Volunteers Make A Difference

From New York to California and everywhere in between, National Committee volunteers are working hard to educate, advocate and mobilize Americans of all ages who support strengthening Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid.  This video highlights some of their great work!


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