Help track the impact North Carolina’s for-profits and nonprofits are having
in their local communities.
Survey is now closed.
The 2014 Survey on North Carolina Business Practices should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. All individual responses are anonymous and confidential.
Responding to the survey will:
- allow you to assess the multiple ways in which you are impacting your local community
- tell policy makers and business support providers about challenges you are facing and the types of assistance you need
The greater the number of organizations responding to the survey, the more meaningful the results will be, so please help us spread the word!
Any nonprofit, for-profit, or hybrid organization in the state of North Carolina is invited to participate. We are interested in hearing from a wide variety of rural and urban organizations, including, but not limited to:
- large and small corporations
- manufacturing firms
- retail establishments
- business incubators
- nonprofit and for-profit schools, colleges, universities
- childcare facilities
- hospitals and medical facilities
- professional services
- charitable organizations
- religious organizations
- cooperative associations
Take the survey
By taking the survey, you are agreeing that your anonymous responses may be used for this study.
Learn more about the survey and read the first round 2012 Survey Report: http://maryannfeldman.web.unc.edu/nc-social-innovation-survey/
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the survey,
Maryann Feldman, Ph.D., Professor of Public Policy UNC Chapel Hill
Alexandra Graddy-Reed, Doctoral Candidate of Public Policy UNC Chapel Hill
Dawn Trembath, Director of North Carolina Fourth Sector Resource Project
The UNC Institutional Review Board has reviewed this survey under study #14-0495.
Medical School Building 52 CB #7097
105 Mason Farm Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7097