The government has announced plans to invest £4.6 million in the Volunteering Futures Fund. The investment will provide 7,800 new opportunities for young people, people with disabilities and those experiencing loneliness to volunteer across 160 community organisations from the arts, culture, sport, civil society, youth and heritage sectors. The idea behind the investment is to allow those who may otherwise experience barriers to access volunteering to enjoy the personal benefits of making a difference to their local community.

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