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Whoa, it’s time for the annual Generocity readers survey!
That means if you read us and have some opinions about how we can do better in reporting on Philly’s social impact community, now’s your chance to tell us. (You’re also welcome to tell us if you think we’re doing a stellar job, of course.)
Not seeing enough coverage about a topic you care about? Let us know. Think the community would benefit from a certain type of event? Write it down. Tell us what’s working, yes, but also tell us how you think we can improve. We’ll take a look at the responses to shape our style and coverage.
It’ll take about 10 minutes and provide valuable data for us as we continue on this journey of documenting the city’s nonprofits, social enterprises, philanthropic institutions, government and more.
We’ll also pick one random respondent to win a $50 Amazon gift card in a few weeks.
And in the meantime, consider snagging an early bird ticket to our next event: Philly Geek Awards, co-produced with Geekadelphia and sister site Technical.ly Philly, happening Aug. 26.-30-
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