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How to develop an inclusive supported volunteering scheme

Disabled people and others who need additional support are less likely to volunteer. Only 35% of people with a disability or long-term limiting illness participate in formal volunteering, compared to 42% with no disability. Many people who require additional support are currently excluded from participating in volunteering due to barriers of access and lack of opportunities.
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