Baby Boomers Volunteer Survey

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This consultation has concluded.

baby boomer volunteers

Are you a baby boomer? Then we want to hear from you!

To attract the attention of baby boomers living in the City of Burnside, we need to know what volunteer positions are attractive to you. This will allow us to implement new volunteer programs to suit the needs of baby boomers and our community.

How can I get involved?

You are invited to assist Council in developing new Volunteer Programs that will be particularly attractive to baby boomers like you. Simply complete the baby boomer volunteer survey,add any other ideas you have to the discussion forum, ask our project team a question if you require more information or email us.

The consultation concludes 5pm on Monday 9 September 2013.


baby boomer volunteers

Are you a baby boomer? Then we want to hear from you!

To attract the attention of baby boomers living in the City of Burnside, we need to know what volunteer positions are attractive to you. This will allow us to implement new volunteer programs to suit the needs of baby boomers and our community.

How can I get involved?

You are invited to assist Council in developing new Volunteer Programs that will be particularly attractive to baby boomers like you. Simply complete the baby boomer volunteer survey,add any other ideas you have to the discussion forum, ask our project team a question if you require more information or email us.

The consultation concludes 5pm on Monday 9 September 2013.


This consultation has concluded.
  • Update

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    08 February, 2016

    The City of Burnside’s Volunteer Strategy 2012-2020 was developed to accommodate emerging trends in volunteerism. The Strategy’s Vision is that, “the City of Burnside recognises the enduring social, cultural and economic value of volunteerism with well-managed and well-resourced volunteer programs that engage the community, stimulate diversity in participation and support the delivery of progressive and sustainable services to the community.”

    The City of Burnside currently has 427 active volunteers and more than half of them are 65 years and older. The main motivator for volunteering is ‘to be involved in the community.’ Volunteering gives the opportunity to contribute, make new friends and learn new skills.

    The Baby Boomer Volunteer Survey engagement closed on 9 September 2013 and a three year Action Plan, Baby Boomer Volunteer Program 2014-2020, has since been developed to guide the initial implementation of the Strategy.

    The City of Burnside has volunteering opportunities, and is looking to create new programs in the near future with the guidance of the Strategy and Action Plan.