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CBAA Proud to Support the National Strategy for Volunteering

Joshua Cole, 8th May 2024

CBAA is thrilled to announce our official commitment as a supporter of the National Strategy for Volunteering. By aligning ourselves with this important initiative, we are dedicated to advancing the National Strategy's vision and strategic objectives. We recognise the immense value of volunteering in Australia, driving positive social impact, and creating a more cohesive society.

We encourage you to join us as official supporters of the National Strategy for Volunteering. Together, we can amplify our collective impact and create lasting change in communities nationwide. Visit the Coalition of Support webpage to pledge your support and become part of this transformative movement.

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