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Nonprofits Find New Ways to Engage Senior Volunteers Virtually

Category: Museums and Aging

“We know from decades of research that strong social connections and a reason to get up in the morning are key to our well-being as we age, so we need to get past the idea of ‘stay safe and stay out of the way.’”

–Marc Freedman, chief executive and founder of

When COVID-19 first hit, nonprofits sought to shift volunteer duties to younger people who were less at risk. Now they are finding new, safe ways to reengage seniors.

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