Responding to Covid-19 – VCSE Resilience Survey May 2021
Voluntary Action Leeds (VAL) have been working with Forum Central & other partners to launch a survey looking at the Resilience of the VCSE in Leeds. It is important that as many organisations, both large & small take part in this survey and to include the migrant third sector to inform the Leeds picture. This same survey is being conducted across Yorkshire & the Humber.
VCSE Resilience Survey Information
The Yorkshire and Humber VCSE Sector Resilience Survey is now open for you to take part. We are asking organisations to complete it, we really want to capture your experiences and current situation.
Voluntary groups and charity organisations are continuing to play a critical role in the Covid-19 pandemic response and gradual opening up of communities and our economy. Organisations are working in different ways, more flexibly and, in many instances, under real financial pressure.
Partners across Yorkshire and Humberside issued two earlier surveys last year to find out about the impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the VCSE sector. The results of these have been shared and discussed with stakeholders, funders and strategic partners across Yorkshire, the Humber and nationally.
This third survey will continue to gather up-to-date information looking at the effects of the pandemic on both small and large organisations. Once again we are using a common survey, being co-ordinated by Voluntary Action Leeds (VAL) & Communities First Yorkshire.
The data is being analysed by MoVE a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield, Hull and Leeds. The reports from this survey will shape support services and will be shared with health, local authority and other partners.
We want to hear from you, please complete the survey here by 31 May.