Community Involvement Survey - Calendar Year 2012

1. Virginia Credit Union League - Community Involvement Survey

 
1. Credit Union Name
2. Your Name
3. Your E-Mail
4. Which sentence below best describes your credit union's charitable activities for calendar year 2012? (select only one)
5. Which kinds of charitable activities has your credit union participated in during calendar year 2012? (check all that apply)
6. In round figures, how much money did your credit union donate to Children's Miracle Network in calendar year 2012?
7. In round figures, how much money did your credit union donate to Make-A-Wish in calendar year 2012?
8. In round figures, how much money did your credit union donate to all other charitable causes (excluding Children's Miracle Network and Make-A-Wish) in calendar year 2012?
9. Your TOTAL charitable contributions for 2012 from lines 6, 7 and 8.
10. How many volunteer hours did your credit union donate to Children's Miracle Network, Make-A-Wish, and all other charitable causes during calendar year 2012? Be sure to count hours for both staff and volunteers (officials/member-owners) from your credit union.
11. To which of the following groups have you donated money or in-kind services during calendar year 2012? (check all that apply)

12. Currently, Children's Miracle Network is the Virginia Credit Union League's charity-of-choice. Do you believe that Virginia's credit unions should continue to focus primarily on one charitable organization so that we can demonstrate more "collective clout" in fund raising and public relations value?
13. I believe that we should continue to focus on Children's Miracle Network.

14. I think our statewide charitable efforts should focus on other organization(s): (check all you would want considered)
15. How many hours did your credit union spend during 2012 presenting youth financial literacy programs or working with credit unions run by young people?
16. What materials do you use to educate young people about personal finance? (check all that apply)
17. How many hours worth of member/consumer education workshops did your credit union conduct during 2012? (If none, you're finished with the survey)
18. How much of credit union staff time (in hours) was invested in planning and conducting these member/consumer education workshops?
19. How much financial support did your credit union invest in conducting these member/consumer education workshops? (in round figures)
20. What topics were covered by your member/consumer education workshops? (check all that apply)
21. Did your credit union offer special programs/education sessions or financial counseling to aid your members during the current financial crisis? (check all that apply)