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Have your say on the state of the Australian community sector and the impact of COVID-19

The Australian Community Sector COVID-19 Survey is an opportunity to share your experiences of the COVID-19 crisis and help to identify priorities for the sector in coming months. Findings from the survey will government, the COVID Commission and other policy makers about critical issues affecting the community sector and any gaps in social services emerging during the COVID-19 early recovery period. All Queensland community sector staff are being asked to complete the picture of current issues and the impacts of COVID-19 on the sector. Information provided in the survey is confidential. If you complete the survey you will be given the option to enter a draw to win one of three $100 Coles-Myer shopping vouchers as a token of appreciation. The survey can be completed online and closes Tuesday, 21st July.

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