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Parents in their 40s lead the way in volunteering

8:35 PM, Dec. 12, 2012
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About four in 10 of adults in their 40s do volunteer work that's often related to their children's activities, according to a new report.

Volunteerism rates among Wisconsin residents peaked at more than 41 percent among those between 45 and 54 last year. And, about 37 percent of adults remained engaged as volunteers throughout their 50s and 60s without a significant dropoff until age 75, according to the annual Volunteering in America survey sponsored by the federal government's Corporation for National and Community Service.

The numbers reflect the large number of parents who get ...

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