Volunteering among groups deemed at risk of social exclusion

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Teasdale, Simon
Date of publication
1 January 2007
Volunteering, Minority Groups, Disabled people
Social welfare
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This research bulletin is one of a series published by the Institute for Volunteering Research to explore and disseminate aspects of 'Helping Out: a national survey of volunteering and charitable giving' (2007).

The findings presented here do not tell the whole story, and should be seen only as an indicator of changes in formal volunteering behaviour, itself only one part of the Cabinet Office 2004 Spending Review Public Service Agreement 4 target. 

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