Have Your Say – Education In Cambs & P’boro Vital Signs Survey

If you live in Cambridgeshire or Peterborough please help us by giving 10 minutes of your time to complete our Vital Signs 2017 survey:
This is to do with your experiences with Education in our area.

As appreciation for taking the time to complete the survey, we will select at random one respondent’s name each week until 14th August 2017 and invite them to nominate a local voluntary and community group to receive £150 towards a charitable activity they are undertaking for the benefit of local people.

Vital Signs is a programme initiated by the Community Foundations of Canada. The goal of Vital Signs is to “take the pulse” of our community; to provide a sense of where we’re at… and where we might be going.

Cambridgeshire Community Foundation has been publishing Vital Signs reports since 2013- more information about which can be found on our website :

As a community foundation, we need to understand current issues in our community in order to have a lasting impact. Vital Signs provides us with useful statistics gathered from local as well as national sources alongside the views of local people, which has guided our grant-making in the past.

We will publish our next Vital Signs report in October 2017 (along with other UK community foundations) and then use the report to “start discussions” – discussions with donors to better inform them about issues and opportunities in the community; discussions with groups addressing needs in our community about how we can help them do more; discussions with our trustees, grant panels and other stakeholders about our priorities and opportunities.

Please help us by completing our online survey and please pass this email and survey link to your contacts (trustees, volunteers, colleagues, members etc.) who live in the county, inviting them to complete the survey.  The only requirement to being involved in our community survey is that respondents live in the county.
Thank you in anticipation of your support . 

Marion Carey
Cambridgeshire Community Foundation


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