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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?
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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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