State of the Voluntary Sector 2016 Survey

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Share Celebrate Grow

Please have your say — and have the chance to win £200 for your organisation.
Is funding becoming more of a challenge for your organisation? What do you find it hardest to fund for? Are there services you really want to provide, but haven't the resources to do so?
What's been the impact of austerity on your work? Are there more pressures on your services than before? Are you optimistic about your organisation's future?
Have you considered collaboration or merger? Would you know who to work with?
To help answer these questions — and several more besides — Spark would be really grateful if you could take a few minutes to answer the survey. Spark use your feedback to develop the first, comprehensive State of the Sector Report in Somerset, 'Share, Celebrate, Grow'.

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