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The Australian Community Sector Survey


Monday, 22nd November 2010 at 12:17 pm
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ACOSS is calling for Not for Profit organisations to take part in the Australian Community Sector Survey.

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Monday, 22nd November 2010 at 12:17 pm

ACOSS is calling for Not for Profit organisations to take part in the Australian Community Sector Survey.

The Survey is an annual national survey collecting data about the community services and welfare sector.

ACOSS says the survey provides an important snapshot of how disadvantaged Australians are faring and is a powerful means of highlighting to government and media the issues facing community services.

ACOSS says the survey should be completed by non-government, Not for Profit organisations providing services directly to the public.

The survey is designed to provide insight into key issues facing service providers, including workforce matters, levels of funding and areas of growing or unmet service demand.

Reports from previous annual surveys have received extensive media coverage, informing community sector advocacy at both state and territory levels. The findings have supported campaigns to improve levels of pay within the sector and to highlight key sector issues such as inadequacies in levels of funding.

 – Click here to take part in the survey.

The survey closes 5pm, December 3rd 2010.  Eligible organisations that complete the survey will go into the draw to win  complementary registration and travel costs to the ACOSS 2011 Conference, which is being held in Melbourne on March 29-30

If you would prefer to complete the survey in hard copy please download the survey in pdf format and either mail it to ACOSS Community Sector Survey, Locked Bag 4777, Strawberry Hills, NSW, 2012 or email corinne.dobson@acoss.org.au or fax it to 02 9310 4822

For more information: contact Corinne at ACOSS on (02) 9310 6202 or corinne.dobson@acoss.org.au  



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