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Welcome to the Spark Somerset State of the Sector Survey for 2024.

Spark Somerset is the local infrastructure organisation providing vital support to volunteers, groups, organisations, enterprises and charities who are working to strengthen communities in Somerset. As a key point of contact between the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sector and other strategic partners, such as local authorities and funders, we are committed to building better relationships between and across all sectors. To do this, we undertake a 'State of the Sector' project with VCFSEs to highlight their successes and challenges. This year, the State of the Sector report is being written by Quay Research.

This survey will take about half an hour or so to complete. As there are questions about your organisation's finances and staff numbers, you may wish to assemble this information before you start.

Your input is vital to ensure we understand fully the situation and views from the range of charities, groups and social purpose organisations working in our county. It is a chance to celebrate our diverse and far-reaching activities as well as to explore key challenges and opportunities for the sector.

It will not be possible to identify the individual who completed the survey, but we will ask you for some details about your organisation and the name of the person who leads it. However, in the final report, all responses will be anonymised. The information you provide will be used for the State of the Sector report but may also be used by Spark Somerset in other reports, presentations or research projects. You can withdraw from this survey at any time by closing your browser.

The survey will close on 31st July 2024. If you would like further details about this survey, or if you would prefer to complete a paper copy, please contact Spark Somerset: support@sparksomerset.org.uk. Thank you for your participation.

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