Resource Center for Nonviolence Survey
***PLEASE NOTE: All required questions = * must be answered before you can complete the form on page 2.

After forty three years advocating for social change through nonviolent struggle, the RCNV is entering a new era. Two of our staff members, Anita and Peter, are stepping down from their roles as paid staff, after decades of service. As we adapt our staffing model to fit with the times, we are taking this time to reflect more broadly about the center. We appreciate the input of community members in helping us to determine how best to steer the organization moving forward.
How familiar are you with the RCNV organization and programs? *
What aspects of the RCNV have you most appreciated in the past? What would you like to see RCNV doing more of in the future?
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Our staff resources are limited, and we rely a lot on volunteer labor. Have you ever volunteered for RCNV? *
Is there something that would make you interested to volunteer more, or to start volunteering? For example, is there a different program or activity that might inspire you to get involved?
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Has RCNV helped you grow in skills, knowledge, and active engagement in social change movements? *
If so, please note the most significant ways in which RCNV has helped you.
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Has RCNV strengthened community connections for you? *
If so, please elaborate what kind of connections, and through what activities you have benefited from the RCNV in this way.
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Have the RCNV facility and staff supported your needs as a meeting or event space? *
If you have used the RCNV space, what has been good about that? What could be improved?
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Do you feel that RCNV is a welcoming space for nonwhite, LGBTQI, immigrant, disabled, or other communities you identify with? *
Please let us know how you think we are doing well in this respect, and/or what we could do better.
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Does RCNV do a good job at centering people of color? *
Please let us know how you think we are doing well in this respect, and/or what we could do better.
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Does RCNV support intersectional learning? *
Please let us know how you think we are doing well in this respect, and/or what we could do better. "Intersectional" is learning from experiences of diverse and intersecting oppressions.
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Does RCNV support intergenerational learning? *
Please let us know how you think we are doing well in this respect, and/or what we could do better.
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10. Have you donated to support RCNV? *
What would make you likely to donate or continue donating in the future?
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