Kids volunteer to switch off

3rd June 2005 at 01:00
Most young people would give up their spare time to do voluntary work. A survey of 300 youngsters by Oxfam showed more than a third had volunteered to help a charity in the past year.

Most of the 16 to 24-years-olds polled said they would happily stop watching TV to do some voluntary work.

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