Calling Disabled People – Have Your Say

The Volunteer Centre South Derbyshire is proud to support the work being done at national and regional level to try to identify and reduce the barriers faced by disabled people who want to volunteer.

We are working in partnership with national disability charity, Vitalise, who are now inviting disabled people to complete a brief online survey.

http://survey.vitalise.org.uk/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=76KL9n9

This survey will inform the Modernising Volunteering National Support Service (MVNSS), specifically the Increasing Diversity Strand which focuses on under-represented groups.

A regional PACT Policy Action Community Team is working in the East Midlands region. Their focus is on volunteering by people with physical and sensory impairments.

We are very keen to get the views of disabled people themselves and would be very grateful if you could spare a few minutes to complete this short survey. There will be 17 short questions at most and there may be fewer, depending on the answers you give.

You will not be asked to identify yourself and any comments you make will only be used for the above purpose.

For more information on the project, please visit the Improving Support website.

If you would like to contact someone directly, email dclough@vitalise.org.uk, quoting “PACT” or telephone Dave Clough on 07940 979642.

Very many thanks for your help.

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