Volunteering Queensland announces second State of Volunteering in Queensland report


Over 75% of Queenslanders formally and informally were engaged in volunteering work in 2020, that is 3 million people. And this week, Volunteering Queensland has announced it will be undertaking the 2023 State of Volunteering in Queensland Report to explore and better understand the current state of the sector post Covid-19.

This report is a follow-up from the first report in 2021, which was the State’s first in depth study of the nature, scale and value of volunteering in Queensland.. 

Three years on, post COVID-19 shut-downs, a catastrophic SE Queensland natural disaster, and significant changes to our volunteering eco-system, finding the health of the sector is more vital than ever, and speaking with The Wire’s Aryana Mohmood about this is Rikki Anderson, Project Manager for the State of Volunteering in Queensland Report.

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