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Older adults' engagement in various prosocial activities is a salient question in present-day societies that aim to promote active ageing. Using population-based data of older Finns (n = 2,184) from 2012, we examined their prosocial activities and investigated whether providing informal help (i.e. practical help, financial support, or personal care) to relatives and friends is associated with participation in volunteering and charity, respectively. Overall, five per cent of the participantsdoi:10.31235/osf.io/g7ak2 fatcat:w5jwxomw6vdenosnhhituugafa