A Toolkit to Meaningful Volunteering, developed by the Renaissance 50 Plus Project, Government of Ontario
, pp. 10
Australian research study by Dr. Judy Esmond highlighting what might make Baby Boomers different from current older volunteers
, pp. 42
Report from Temple University's Center for Intergenerational Learning on a study to gain a better understanding of why and how older immigrants contribute to their families and communities and to identify promising practices that support the engagement of immigrant elders in meaningful roles.
, pp. 64
Developed by the Renaissance 50+ project in Ottawa, Canada (French version also available).
A Research Brief on Volunteer Retention and Turnover, Corporation for National and Community Service.
By John M. Bridgeland, Robert D. Putnam, and Harris L. Wofford for AARP
, pp. 46
Harvard School of Public Health-MetLife Foundation Initiative on Retirement and Civic Engagement
, pp. 162
By Barbara Butrica, Richard W. Johnson, and Sheila R. Zedlewski, from the Urban Institute.
Age Discrimination and Volunteering
On the Institute for Volunteering Research site (UK).
Boomers in Action
RSVP of North Central Iowa project, with Boomer volunteer stories.
Boomers Leading Change
A project of the Rose Community Foundation. Site gives research reports and links.
Coming of Age
This program from the Temple University Center for Intergenerational Learning focuses on improving the quality of life for people over age 50, including providing them with challenging volunteer opportunities. There are reports on Boomer volunteering and a blog that addresses many issues.
Regeneration: Recruiting Older Americans to Serve the Public Good
Compilation of many articles about senior volunteers, Boomers, etc.
Examples of senior volunteering around the world, compiled by United Nations Volunteers.
Service-Learning Diversity Toolbox
The National Youth Leadership Council's efforts at examining diversity in service-learning programs, with several excellent downloadable reports and articles of relevance to any setting or type of volunteer work.
Volunteering and Healthy Aging
Volunteer Canada offers a variety of free reports and guides for involving volunteers who are 50 and older.
Volunteering in the Third Age (VITA)
Reports and research still available from this UK program (now ended) to promote the value, impact, and numbers of over 65s volunteering by removing barriers across the voluntary and community sector.
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