State of the Sector Survey 2021

Ashfield Voluntary Action has been asked to support and co-ordinate the State of the Sector 2021 Survey in Ashfield.


This is a really important piece of work and we think it's vital that the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector in Ashfield gets the opportunity to reflect and feedback on the challenges they have faced in the last two years. It is only by working together that we can safeguard these groups and organisations and their place in the community. 


We recognise that we are living through challenging times and VCSE groups and organisations are stretched, sometimes to breaking point. Because of this, it's more important than ever that organisations take the time to reflect on the impact of recent challenges and feedback on the support that will allow them to go forward and help their communities.


The survey looks at key issues including finances, volunteering, partnerships, and of course the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is only by understanding recent presssures on the VCSE Sector that we have the opportunity to accurately identify the support needed by the Sector to survive and thrive.


We appreciate that capacity is an issue now more than ever, but can you take 25 minutes to help us to help you by completing this survey?


If you would like to know more about the survey and the questions asked, please click HERE to download the simple guide.


Complete the Survey HERE.


There are four sections to the survey, divided over four pages. Please note that the survey must be completed and submitted in one sitting. Unfortunately, it isn't possible to save a partly-completed survey to return to later. We estimate that it will take most groups and organisations approximately 20-30 minutes to complete, depending on the detail provided. Confidential, personal information will not be shared with any other party. We are keen that as many organisations as possible take part in the survey, no matter how large or small, so please spare the time to help with this important piece of research.





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