One of the things that makes Australia so great is the fact that more than a quarter of Australians aged 15 and over participate in unpaid voluntary work.
Volunteerism is a core aspect of the Australian way of life. It enriches and unifies the nation through a stronger community and allows people to contribute to the general welfare of society.
It really does not bear thinking where we would be as a society today without the selfless volunteer firefighters, surf lifesavers, social workers, and all those who dedicate their time for the betterment of our community for no monetary reward.
This is why...
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