National Volunteering Survey Open
11 October 2011 at 2:43 pm
Volunteering Australia has launched its annual survey of volunteering which aims to gauge the issues facing Australian volunteers, and what makes volunteering work well.
The National Survey of Volunteering Issues is an important tool in helping to drive and shape Volunteering Australia’s policy and advocacy for the coming year – so hearing about the issues facing volunteers, companies and Not for Profit organisations is crucial.
The survey has been conducted annually for more than five years and the data has been used to influence decision makers about the key issues affecting volunteering.
The 2011 survey gives greater emphasis on asking what priority volunteers, organisations and companies give to particular issues, what would make a difference, and what makes volunteering work well.
Volunteering Australia is calling for volunteers, volunteer-involving organisations and companies with employee volunteering programs to take part in the survey.
To take part in the survey:
If you are a COMPANY – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NSVI_Companies
If you are a VOLUNTEER – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NSVI_Volunteers
If you are an NOT FOR PROFIT or GOVERNMENT ORGANISATION – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NSVI_VIOs
The survey will be open from 10 October to 6 November 2011. The results will be released on International Volunteers Day on the 5 December 2011.