Without Funding, Volunteer Programs Are Likely to Close


Groundbreaking research, the summary of which you can read at the link below, has shown the necessity of ongoing funding for the infrastructure to enable volunteers to be recruited, trained, matched and supported to work with people with disability (and their families) as well as the costs associated with delivery of these services.

Without ongoing funding for this infrastructure, the continued sustainability and growth of volunteer-supported programs is at risk.

To learn more read the report into volunteering and disability.