The Centre for Ageing Better is looking for examples of inspiring practice to support people aged 50 and over to get involved in volunteering and community activity, as part of its Review of Community Contribution in Later Life, undertaken in partnership with DCMS. Areas of interest included shared processes and systems across volunteer-involving organisations in all sectors (for example shared training and onboarding processes); examples of collaboration between those offering more and less formal and committed volunteering roles; and examples of practice geared to support the inclusion of people with long-term conditions and disabilities, and those from low-income communities.

The call for practice is open until the end of April 2018, and AVM members are encouraged to contribute.

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