Responses still needed for Third Sector Trends Study 2019

Call out for more Yorkshire and Humber responses for the Third Sector Trends Survey 2019.

We now have over 2,000 responses to the study across the North. But to get good local  information for Yorkshire and the Humber, we still need you to take part.
 
Whether your organisation or group is big or small, flourishing or struggling financially – or just carrying on more or less as normal – we need to hear from you. It takes just 15-20 minutes to do.
 
You shouldn’t need to check up any facts and you can do it on your PC, laptop, tablet or phone by clicking  here
 
Using the findings, Durham University will build a picture of how organisations and groups work, how they get their resources and how they are planning to work in future.
 
The research helps to inform national and local government, health organisations and charitable foundations so that they make good decisions on how to invest in the activity of the third sector. The research also helps the third sector itself to show the extent and value of the work it does. 
 
The project has generously been supported by Community Foundation serving Tyne & Wear and Northumberland, Garfield Weston Foundation and Power to Change. And tell your friends and colleagues to do the same: by sending them an email with the link to the survey or by drawing attention to the study via twitter using #ThirdSectorTrends
 
Headline findings will be published in December 2019 and the full results will be freely available from spring 2020.
 
Click this link, or copy into your browser, to start: https://durham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/third-sector-trends-in-the-north-of-england-2019-live-s-2
 
Recent reports from the study so far can be found at: https://www.communityfoundation.org.uk/knowledge-and-leadership/third-sector-trends-research/
 
If you have any questions about the research and/or the questionnaire, please contact Professor Tony Chapman, St Chad’s College, Durham University, 18 North Bailey, DURHAM DH1 3RH, or by email: tony.chapman@durham.ac.uk