Participate in Survey: Impact of COVID-19 on Community-based Organizations (CBOs) and Related Groups – July 9

Posted by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) on June 16, 2020

***The deadline to complete the survey has been extended to July 9, 2020.***

We invite you to participate in a survey on the impact of COVID-19 on community-based organizations (CBOs) and related groups.

The COVID-19 pandemic has so over-burdened critical infrastructures that there is a need to understand how CBOs and related groups have been impacted. In light of the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 it is important to engage CBOs to understand how they serve their communities, what data or information they use as part of that work, and how they work with partners. This work comes at a critical time when systemic racial inequity is being laid bare again, further emphasizing the important role of CBOs in navigating systems to support their communities. As someone who is directly involved on the front lines in health equity work, your experience is essential to answering this question!

This effort is co-led by two organizations that seek to understand the issues impacting CBOs, their partners, and the communities they serve: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) and the American Institute for Research (AIR).

At a time when many CBOs are under financial strain, we are offering a financial incentive to selected organizations. Those who complete the survey will be entered into a weekly raffle for a $500 cash prize. This is a four-week survey and four $500 cash prizes will be raffled to four total community groups.

We will share aggregate results in Fall 2020 through a webinar as part of continued efforts by CCPH and AIR to better understand the impact of COVID-19.

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