Minnesota earns award for efforts to engage seniors in volunteerism
Thanks to a new initiative launched by the Dayton administration, older Minnesotans are finding new ways to give back to their communities — and the nation is taking notice.
The National Association of States United for Aging and Disabilities has recognized the state’s Share Minnesota campaign with this year’s national Volunteers Matter Award.
Share Minnesota is an initiative of the Senior LinkAge Line One Stop Shop for Minnesota Seniors.
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