Survey for the Historic Joy Kogawa House: Understanding Long Term Operation Needs & Opportunities
This short survey has been developed by the Historic Joy Kogawa House Society to inform a long term operational development plan for the Society. The plan will define ongoing literary and cultural programming and public access use to ensure a vibrant and financially sustainable future.

Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback. It is extremely valuable in understanding how the Historic Joy Kogawa House Society can best sustain itself long-term through such channels as programming, tours, events, and


Thank you for taking the time to provide your brief feedback. Please ensure your responses are submitted by
Sunday, March 3rd, 2019.

If you have any questions or additional comments about the survey, please contact CapacityBuild:

Scott Hughes:
Zanny Venner:


1. What is the primary role of the Historic Joy Kogawa House for you and the community?
Your answer
2. From which perspective is your connection to the Historic Joy Kogawa House most closely aligned?
3. The Historic Joy Kogawa House is currently used for public events, writers-in-residence, literary events, and educational tours. What programming aspects of the Historic Joy Kogawa House would you like to see expanded upon?
4. In order to increase awareness about the significance of the Historic Joy Kogawa House in the neighbourhood and in Vancouver, in what ways would you like to see the Joy Kogawa House increase its connections to the community?
5. What do you feel is the most important accessibility element to improve upon at the house? Consider both physical and non-physical barriers (i.e., society, cultural, emotional).
Your answer
6. Have you made a financial donation to the Society in the past?
7. If 'no', would you consider making a donation to the Society to support the ongoing work in community?
8. Please provide any additional comments you would like to share about the role and importance of the Historic Joy Kogawa House.
Your answer
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