As we prepare for the upcoming Souper Bowl of Caring season, we wanted to reach out to those who have participated with us before and hear about your experiences. We strive to be a resource to all those thousands of groups holding collections each year, but in order to do that we need your feedback!
If you've got the time, please take a few minutes and fill out this short survey. The answers you provide will help us better shape how we focus our efforts and work with participants in the future.
As always, thank you for your hard work and participation!
2016 Participant Survey - Tell us your thoughts!
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