Charities invited to complete national survey; chance to win £200

Posted on: August 31, 2018

Originally published by charitytimes: www.charitytimes.com


Written by Charity Times
31/08/18

Charity employees from around the UK have been invited to take part in a national survey on charities, with the chance to win £200 for their favourite charity.

The survey, run by the University of Suffolk, in partnership with insurance broker PolicyBee, has been designed to see how charities navigate risks they face, the way they’re governed, and complying with regulations.

PolicyBee is aiming to help grassroots organisations – those with an annual income of £500,000 or less – reduce their risk profile in a positive way, so they can invest maximum resources and energy into their charitable objectives and increase social impact.

Everybody who has a say in the running and direction of their charity or organisation has been invited to respond. This includes sole operators, trustees, chief execs, volunteers and more.

As a ‘thank you’ for taking part, everyone who completes the survey has the chance to be entered into a draw to win £200 for their charity.

Simply enter your charity email address when prompted at the end of the survey. Your answers won’t be linked to your email address and your contact details will only be used to inform you if you win.

Take the quick survey (less than 10 mins) survey here.

The survey will close on 9 September 2018.

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