WCVA is interested in learning more about the impact of COVID-19 on the voluntary sector in Wales, particularly in relation to UK-based charities operating in Wales.
We have created a survey for all people who work (or did work, up until the COVID-19 pandemic) in the voluntary sector in Wales to have their say on the subject.
This survey has been developed to assess the extent to which UK-headquartered charities operating in Wales are reducing their presence in Wales following the COVID-19 pandemic, the potential impact of this on the voluntary sector and the people who rely on it, and whether WCVA and/or Welsh Government should be taking any actions in response.
All answers are confidential and will be anonymised, but there is an opportunity to contact a WCVA researcher should you feel you have more to tell us about this subject. There is more information on this at the end of the survey.
It will take approximately seven minutes to fill in this survey.
Please do take the time to have your say on how the pandemic has impact you and your organisation. It will greatly help us further understand how the pandemic has taken its toll on voluntary sector organisations across the country.
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