The Sanderson Alliance is a group of people from local schools and organisations who are committed to making a difference in the lives of children in the Karama, Malak, Anula and Wulagi area. 

We are conducting a survey to learn what people think should be done to create a community where all children and young people grow into happy and healthy adults. What we learn from you will help us plan what we will be doing. 

This is your chance to have a say about your community. Please help us by answering 5 questions. It will take no more than 10 minutes. Your participation is completely voluntary and you can say no or stop at any time. If you don’t want to participate that’s OK.    

Survey answers can be anonymous. Only give us your personal details, such as your name if you want to keep in touch. We will share the results of the survey but will not include names.

Thank you for taking the time to talk to us.

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* 1. What kind of community do you want to live in?

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* 2. Why is this important to you?

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* 3. In what ways is your community already as you would like it to be?

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* 4. In what ways is the kind of community you would like, different to how you see things now?

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* 5. What are some of the things that need to happen to create that kind of change?

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* 6. Who do you trust to take action on those things?

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* 7. If you would like to help the Sanderson Alliance, please tell us and tick a box!

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* 8. If you would like us to contact you, please give us your contact details.

What is your name?
What is the best phone number to call you on?
At what email address would you like to be contacted?

You can contact the Sanderson Alliance by calling or emailing Karen Cieri on
MOB: 0428 718 981    
EMAIL: karen.cieri@ntschools.net

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Come along to the Community Gathering on Saturday 3 June, 3.30pm at Sanderson Middle School for family fun and dinner. You can hear about what we learned during our conversations with the Sanderson community in May.