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Community Foundation seeks to identify charity's unmet needs

Community Foundation seeks to identify charity's unmet needs

Monday 13 September 2021

Community Foundation seeks to identify charity's unmet needs

300 local charities are being invited to take part in a valuable piece of research to help the Guernsey Community Foundation better understand their needs.

The online survey, which should take around 30 minutes to complete, is being distributed to local charities and will help to build on work already carried out by the Foundation’s Charity Support Centre.

The Guernsey Community Foundation conducts research in order to support local charities in planning, growing and developing their work to achieve the best results for the island’s community.

Centre Manager, Lois Falla, said: “This survey data will help us identify what help is really needed, and, crucially, work out how the Foundation might provide that help.”

Those willing to be involved have until Wednesday 6 October to complete the survey. Charities who would like extra support in completing the survey can arrange to meet Mrs Falla.

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