INTRODUCTION

In 2015, Benefacts set out to make the work of Irish nonprofits more accessible and transparent - to themselves and to their stakeholders. The project has now come to an end and in a couple of months Benefacts will wind up its operations. Read more about this here.

You are one of 15,000 visitors who used Benefacts Database of Irish Nonprofits every month, and we’d like to canvass your views for our end-of project report.  Please take the time to tell us why you have visited our website and what you have used the information for.
Responses are anonymous, and will be independently reviewed.

We will publish the findings in our 2021 Directors’ Report and Financial Statements.
 
Thank you.
 
The Benefacts team

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* 1. I visit benefacts.ie

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* 2. I am:

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* 3. I come to benefacts.ie for: (tick all that apply)

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* 4. I use benefacts data for

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* 5. I trust Benefacts data

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* 6. Benefacts annual sector reports (2017-2021) and its reports on the charity and philanthropy sectors were derived from the Benefacts database, supplemented (in the case of the philanthropy reports) by voluntary disclosures. Which statement best matches your view?

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* 7. From your own perspective, what has been Benefacts contribution to making Irish nonprofits more accessible and more transparent?

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* 8. Now that the Benefacts project is coming to an end, what will be your alternative sources for data, information and analysis on the Irish nonprofit sector and its individual organisations?   Tick all that apply.

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