GREENWICH, Conn. -- Knowing what is needed to help the needy in Greenwich is the purpose of the United Way's anonymous survey, in addition to offering residents a chance to let the agency know what they feel needs to be focused on.
The survey, which ends on Feb. 10, can be taken here.
Once complete, survey results will be combined with information gathered through research, focus groups and a statistical analysis of the community in order to help identify the human service issues most in need of the community's attention.
Past United Way assessments have led to the successful development of some of the community's most important programs and services.
The survey is a simple process in which residents are asked to prioritize human service needs in the community and to provide their perception about how Greenwich addresses those needs. Survey takers do not need to be an expert in order to answer these questions; their opinion as a resident and/or service provider is valuable.
The survey asks takers to identify what they think is the most important issue in town. They may answer questions in that area only or complete other sections as well. Survey takers are then ask to answer a few questions about general community issues and provide some basic information about themselves.
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