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  • National Volunteer Week Release 2014

    National Volunteer Week Release 2014

    With charities going short on volunteers, the charity Do Something calls on Australians to volunteer more. Do Something’s founder Jon Dee said there is currently a shortage of volunteers in many communities around Australia.

    Published: 12 May 2014

    Author: Do Something

  • Greg Hunt MP Encourages Community Volunteering

    Greg Hunt MP Encourages Community Volunteering

    Federal MP for Flinders Greg Hunt launches his personalised Do Something Near You portal to encourage volunteering in his local community.

    Published: 18 February 2014

    Author: Do Something

  • Kiss of Life: Fall in love with your local community this Valentine’s Day

    Kiss of Life: Fall in love with your local community this Valentine’s Day

    Why do people love to volunteer? It could be because it’s a great way to gain new skills and give back to the local community. Volunteering can also lead to meeting new people and making new connections.

    Published: 13 February 2014

    Author: Do Something

  • Joel Fitzgibbon MP Encourages Community Volunteering

    Joel Fitzgibbon MP Encourages Community Volunteering

    Federal MP for Hunter Joel Fitzgibbon launches his personalised Do Something Near You portal to encourage volunteering in his local community.

    Published: 24 January 2014

    Author: Do Something

  • Are young people volunteering?

    Are young people volunteering?

    A large percentage of older Australians think younger Australians don’t do enough. However you'd be pleased to know that attitudes are changing and that there are many mainstream community groups who are coming round to the idea that young volunteers are key for their organisations.

    Published: 12 January 2014

    Author: Do Something

  • Do Something Sporty!

    Do Something Sporty!

    Do Something! founder and former Wimbledon champion has launched the 'Do Something Sporty!' initiative to encourage more Aussies to get involved in volunteering with their local sport club.

    Published: 10 October 2013

    Author: Do Something

  • New Idea features Pat Cash & Jon Dee

    New Idea features Pat Cash & Jon Dee

    Do Something Founders, Pat Cash and Jon Dee encourage Australians to get involved with their local community. It's time to get out and get active by helping local charities.

    Published: 30 September 2013

    Author: Do Something

  • NEW RESEARCH: National Op Shop Week 2013

    NEW RESEARCH: National Op Shop Week 2013

    New research by New Idea for National Op Shop Week (August 25 - September 1) shows that Australian women’s wardrobes are bursting with potential for Aussie charity shops.

    Published: 30 August 2013

    Author: Do Something

  • National Op Shop Week 2013

    National Op Shop Week 2013

    Aussies called to boost clothes donations during National Op Shop Week 2013. Find your local charity op shops by visiting: www.OpShopWeek.com.au.

    Published: 26 August 2013

    Author: Do Something

  • Wyatt Roy MP Rallies Community

    Wyatt Roy MP Rallies Community

    Federal MP for Longman Wyatt Roy tells Parliament how he is supporting a breakthrough in online volunteering for his local community.

    Published: 24 June 2013

    Author: Wyatt Roy MP

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