The impact of volunteering on well-being in later life

Posted in: News on May 15, 2012

Written by Professor James Nazroo and Katey Matthews the report had analysed data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing to map the characteristics of volunteers in later life and explore the relationship between volunteering and changes in well-being over time. It provides evidence to support the learning from BJF’s work around volunteering that there is a causal link between involvement in volunteering and reported improvement in feelings of well-being.


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