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Family Volunteering

Family Volunteering

One of the more interesting, and more useful, new ways of engaging people in volunteering developed in the past decade has been the concept of “family volunteering,” recruiting entire family units to volunteer together.

The implementation of family volunteering has made the greatest progress in the United States and Canada, and most of the resources listed here are from those countries, but we’re looking for both the UK and Australia to, so to speak, join the family on this one….

Steve McCurley provides his usual annotated look at Web resources in three categories for family volunteering: Sites and Programs; Research and Manuals; and Sample Forms and Materials.

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