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The Listening Project


17 March 2010 at 3:01 pm
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Australian Not for Profits invited to share their sector perspectives in "The Listening Project" .

Staff Reporter | 17 March 2010 at 3:01 pm


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The Listening Project
17 March 2010 at 3:01 pm

Australian Not for Profits are being invited to share their perspectives on the sector as part of the Listening Project by Connecting Up Australia.

The “Listening Project” is a national research project studying the needs and priorities of community organisations in Australia.

Connecting Up Australia provides a number of free support and information services to the community organisation sector across Australia including the well known DonorTec program.

Connecting Up CEO Doug Jacquier says this research aims to build understanding around the sorts of challenges faced by Not for Profit and community organisations operationally and strategically and what support is available and needed.

Jacquier says it is known that new small businesses can get support or incubation services but where do Not for Profits get assistance?

He says the research findings will be published and shared with the sector.

Those who complete a survey have a chance to win :
* 1 x new 32GB iPod Touch
* 1 x 8GB iPod Touch

The survey closes on Tuesday 23rd March and will be drawn the next day.

Click here to fill in the survey: www.surveymonkey.com/s/JCGSMWS

The report results are expected to be finalized in May 2010
 



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