Please help up to understand the need in Hertfordshire in 2021

In May 2020 HCF conducted a survey to better understand the impact of Covid-19 on the local sector and to help HCF to shape our grant making and training and development in response to the pandemic.

Now over a year on we are conducting a follow up survey to assess the impact of the funding that we have distributed over this time and to help us to plan any future available funding so that it meets priorities and unmet need.

We are inviting charitable and voluntary organisations in Hertfordshire to complete a short survey. We ask that it is completed by noon on 3 September 2021.

Once we have analysed the results of the survey we plan to share our findings.


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