Consultation – What are your organisation’s support and development needs?

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Third Sector Consultation – What are your organisation’s support and development needs?

Cheshire West and Chester Council are currently reviewing Third Sector Infrastructure Development and Support services across Cheshire West and Chester in order to help shape the commissioning of future services.

We are all working in a rapidly changing landscape and it is important therefore to ensure that the support available to local frontline third sector organisations is tailored to your needs and helps support you to meet future challenges or opportunities.

Third sector support organisations have been working with the Council to develop a survey which will help collate updated information about voluntary, community, faith based organisations and social enterprises and seek views about current and future Third Sector Development and Support Needs.

Now we need you to tell us about your organisation, what you need in the way of on-going support, and about how you would like to access that support in a way that is appropriate to you.

Your views are very important to us and will help us shape future funding so please take ten minutes to answer these questions.

Please answer the questions on behalf of your organisation rather than from an individual perspective. Feel free to consult with colleagues before undertaking the survey.

Please be assured that your response is confidential and will be aggregated with all other responses. This means that all results will be anonymised and no individual responses or organisations will be identifiable.

You may have already received an email about the survey, but if you have not it can be accessed online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/G5YHS5T

The closing date for the survey is the 12th of February 2016

Thank you for your support in completing the survey.

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