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Every few years, SDMF runs a Supporter Survey to take the pulse of supporters and provide an opportunity for input into our planning process. Your feedback will enable us to improve our work, help more young people and reach out to other people who share your commitment to helping young people in crisis. 

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By completing our 2016 Supporter Survey you will be helping to shape the direction of our work for years to come – that’s why it’s so important to us that you take part.

To help you provide your feedback as easily as possible we have made this survey available online. To complete the survey please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/sdmfsurvey

Please rest assured that any personal information provided will be treated in the strictest confidence and will not be passed on to anyone outside of Sir David Martin Foundation. We plan to use the survey to respond to any questions you may have, communicate with you more effectively in the future and keep you up to date with our work with young people. We will publish the results once we have received and collated all responses.

If you have any concerns answering a particular question, please feel free to leave it blank or call one of our team on 02 9219 2002 and they will be happy to answer any queries you may have.

By completing this survey before Tuesday 5th April 2016 you will be in the running to win a meal for 2 at HUX Grill, thanks to MasterChef contestant Jay Huxley.

Thank you for your ongoing commitment to helping young people in crisis. 



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