The latest study from the Volunteer Support Services Programme looks at the history of a district wide initiative in the bush. Although significant energy was invested into the service eventually it largely faded away.
This study looks at the lessons learnt and how these can be applied to similar initiatives in the future. It’s fair to say that the lessons are relevant to setting up a palliative care volunteer service in regional or metro areas too.
You can find the report included with Our Publications on the VolunteerHub website at the bottom of the page.