Survey on Nonprofit Communications
Every day, nonprofit organizations use e-mails, newsletters, Web sites and other means of communication to get the word out about what they do, and how supporters can volunteer and contribute.
But sometimes they can be their own worst enemy, hurting their causes because of poor communications with donors and other supporters.
New York-based consultancy Big Duck wants to help nonprofits break down barriers to effective communication — but it needs your help and is asking that you take about 10 minutes to respond to its Barriers to Effective Communication Survey.
The survey asks you to agree or disagree with statements like, “We have a clear understanding of why people support us” and “We communicate with people using their preferred channels.”
Hurry and take the survey … you only have until mid-August.