Centreaide Outaouais releases survey for Anglophone population
Centraide Outaouais has released a questionnaire to better understand the philanthropic habits of the English-speaking population and to discover ways to encourage donations from English speaking residents.
“We realized that most donations were coming from the Francophone population. This is expected given that the Outaouais has a large French population; however, there is also a significant Anglophone population in the region, and it is important to understand their perspective,” explains Emilie Denois, Marketing Communication Advisor at Centraide Outaouais. “This will allow Centraide to better understand which causes or populations the English-speaking population wants to aid in the community and how we can better communicate with them.”
The survey can be found at https://fr.research.net/r/centraidesurvey. All English speakers and Anglophones are invited to participate.
Once the questionnaires are complete, Centraide Outaouais will conduct an analysis of the results and adapt their approach and engagement of Anglophones. They believe that the English-speaking population may have different priorities for their donations and where they want to put their philanthropic efforts.
Centraide Outaouais has a mission to motivate people and collect resources to improve the quality of life for the most vulnerable and help develop mutually supportive communities. Centraide has been operating in the Outaouais since 1943 and has fundraised nearly $126 million since the organization was founded.