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Community Sector Survey Open

Community Sector Survey Open

20 August 2014


ComVoices is conducting a snapshot survey of the community sector environment and invites all community organisations to take part.

Over the past few months ComVoices has received feedback from community organisations who say they are finding it increasingly difficult to make ends meet. ComVoices is, therefore, undertaking a survey to take a snapshot of where the sector is at and gain greater clarity about the current situation.

Results will be shared via the ComVoices network and will help support messages to politicians both prior to and following the Election.

The survey is short and should take about 5-7 minutes to complete.

ComVoices invites all community sector organisations to add their voice to the Survey, which can be accessed on Survey Monkey via this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FJ3L8XX

The survey will close at 12 noon, Monday 25 August, 2014.

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