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Older Australians and Volunteering

Older Australians and Volunteering

19 July 2022
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This report highlights older Australians’ volunteer activities and their views on volunteering.

Summary

Australian volunteers contribute to their communities and assist individuals in critically important ways. Some organisations are highly dependent on the work of volunteers and may not exist without them. This short report highlights older
Australians' volunteer activities and their views on volunteering. The results show just how much older Australians care about their communities and the invaluable contribution they make to all our lives,whether we are aware of it or not.

Older Australians and Volunteering

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National Seniors is a not-for-profit membership and advocacy organisation that gives older Australians – working and retired – a strong national voice. We tackle issues such as age discrimination, mature age employment, the Age Pension, social inclusion, cost of living concerns and more.

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