How is the voluntary sector faring in Leeds

Durham University is asking how your organisation or group is faring to get a picture of how the voluntary sector is doing in Leeds.

Durham University has been funded by Joseph Rowntree Foundation to repeat the #ThirdSectorTrends study in Yorkshire.  The last survey took place in 2013 so the new study can assess how things have changed after a long period of austerity. We’d like you to take part in a major new survey of the voluntary sector which covers all of the North of England.   Whether you are thriving, struggling or going along as normal; a large or small organisation or group, you need to complete the survey so that a comprehensive picture can be build on how the voluntary sector is faring in this area. 

It only takes 15 minutes to complete, you won't need to look up any facts and figures and, hopefully, you'll also find it quite interesting to answer the questions.   Your answers are completely confidential, we do not ask for your organisations name or address, nor record IP addresses.

If you click this link, it will take you straight to the survey questionnaire – where you can find more detail on who is doing the work and why:  https://durham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/third-sector-trends-in-yorkshire-and-the-humber-2016 When the results are all in, we’ll have a much better picture of the situation in the local area.

For more information contact tony.chapman@durham.ac.uk