NICVA Launches NI Faith Survey

NICVA has launched a short online survey for all faith based organisations in Northern Ireland. If you are a faith based organisation we would love to hear from you. 

NICVA is currently delivering infrastructure support for faith based organisations in Northern Ireland on behalf of the Department for Communities. As part of this work we are circulating a short survey to faith based organisations in order to understand the needs of these organisations and the work that they do with the wider community in Northern Ireland. If you are a faith based organisation we would be delighted to hear from you.

There are some simple instructions for those completing the survey. Firstly, we require just one response per organisation. Secondly, if you represent a UK wide, All-Ireland or International organisation, please complete the survey on behalf of your operations and activities in Northern Ireland only. Thirdly, if you represent a Roman Catholic or Church of Ireland Church, please respond on behalf of your parish.

Click here to start the survey



All survey respondents will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three Amazon Fire Tablets.

The survey will close at 4pm 2nd December 2016. We will share the results with all respondents early next year. In addition, we will use the results to inform our free training calendar for faith based organisations. You can find out more about the free training that NICVA is running for faith based organisations here

If you have any questions or queries about the survey please contact NICVA's Research Officer, Rachel Shannon, on 028 9087 7777/ [email protected]

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