Supporting Voluntary Community Faith Organisations in Surrey - Survey 2020

Closed 19 Mar 2020

Opened 5 Feb 2020


Public sector organisations including Surrey County Council, District and Borough Councils and the health-based Clinical Commissioning Groups, together provide approximately £700,000 of funding every year to voluntary, community and faith sector (VCFS) infrastructure organisations in Surrey. These organisations are here to support you and to help you function effectively. As a voluntary, community or faith organisation, we want your views on how effective this support is and whether it is meeting your needs.


Why We Are Consulting

Your views are important to us and will help us shape future funding so please take ten minutes to answer these questions. Please answer the questions on behalf of your organisation rather than from an individual perspective. Feel free to consult with colleagues before undertaking the survey. Before you start, you will find it helpful to have to hand any information you keep on bids and on volunteering hours for 2018/19.

Please be assured that your response will only be seen by a member of the council's research team and will be aggregated with all other responses. This means that all results will be anonymised and no individual responses or organisations will be identifiable. The survey does ask for the first part of your post code but this is only to get a broad indication of the geographical spread of the survey responses.

The closing date for the survey is Thursday 19th March 2020. Thank you.


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