At LCVS we regularly review the ways in which we provide information about sources of funding.

We want to make sure that we are getting information to you in a way that is up to date, accessible and relevant. 

With that in mind, we would like to know more about where you go for funding information, what information is useful to you and how you like to receive it. 

Please complete this survey, to provide us with insight into the best ways to communicate with you. It will only take 3 minutes. 

The deadline is 31st July 2019.

If you have any questions relating to this survey, contact info@lcvs.org.uk. 

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* 1. What funding opportunities are you likely to pursue over the next 12 months? Tick all that apply.

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* 2. How much funding do you think you will need to look for over the next 12 months?

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* 3. How would you categorise what your main funding needs are likely to be over the coming 12 months? Tick all that apply.

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* 4. How useful, as sources of funding information, have you found the following in the past 12 months? 

  Never used Not useful at all Quite useful Very useful
Funding Central website
Funding Central e-newsletter/broadcast
LCVS website
LCVS e-newsletter/broadcast
LCVS Twitter
Other Twitter/social media
Merseyside Funding Information Portal
Search engine e.g. Google/Yahoo etc 
Grant Finder website
Directory of Social Change - Funds Online  (formerly known as trustfunding.org.uk; individualgiving.org.uk or companygiving.org.uk) 
Directory of Grant Making Trusts
Open events  e.g. funders fairs
Meet the funder events for single funders

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* 5. Please rank these funding sources in terms of preference. You can either:

a) drag and drop each option into your preferred order, with the highest placed option being your most preferred; or

b) click the appropriate ranking number on the drop down menu next to each option, with 1 being your most preferred and 13 being your least preferred.

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* 6. Would you watch online videos, on YouTube for example, offering guidance, hints and tips for accessing funding?

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