The Funders Collaborative on Covid Recovery issues survey to nonprofits to understand COVID impacts, leverage results to help industry recover

Release Date: 1.5.2022

CLEVELAND – The Funders Collaborative on Covid Recovery (FCCR) launched a Nonprofit COVID-19 Recovery and Resiliency Survey to better understand both the current and the projected state of the nonprofit sector in Cuyahoga County. The survey is open from Jan. 5-28, 2022.

The survey will uncover what is needed to support the long-term recovery of the local nonprofit sector. It will help both funders and nonprofits get a better understanding of the challenges nonprofits are facing, the current needs in the industry, opportunities for advancement and more.

“The last 20 months have been some of the most difficult months for each and every one of the nonprofits and residents in our community,” said Dale Anglin, vice president for program, at the Cleveland Foundation. “As funders, we seek to better understand the needs, opportunities, and makeup of our grantee partners and the nonprofit sector broadly, and use these results to build resilience, advance equity, and best serve our community’s needs.”

Organizations that complete the survey will be entered into a raffle to receive a cash prize, including one $5,000 prize, two $2,500 prizes, and ten $1,000 prizes. 

The survey will run through Jan. 28, 2022. Survey findings will be shared with nonprofit participants, and the larger community in May 2022. Nonprofits can access information about the survey on the FCCR website. For those interested in attending a presentation of the findings, please pre-register here.

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