What matters to you?

The United Way of Southeastern Michigan (UWSEM) is currently conducting a survey relating to which social issues are the most important to the people of Southeastern Michigan and what the barriers to success are for those issues.

Yes, I know what some of you are thinking: Not another survey. Yes, it’s another survey. But before I say anything else, I will say that it only took me 15 minutes to complete and cost me nothing. Think of it as a small gift back to an organization that gives to the people and communities of Southeastern Michigan on a daily basis.

If you’ve got 10 – 15 minutes and would like to have a say in what types of programs you think UWSEM should focus its future efforts on — whether its affordable housing for seniors, making sure today’s youth have the skills to succeed, or that fellow Metro Detroiters have food to eat and a place for shelter, please take the time to visit and complete UWSEM’s Community Call to Action survey. The survey will be available until April 7.

1 Comment so far

  1. uadams (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2006 @ 10:21 am

    United Way has extended the survey until 5:00 pm on Thursday, April 13th. Nearly 2,000 people have taken the survey so far – a small, small representation of our tri-county population. Your opinion will help United Way determine how they invest millions of dollars in this region.

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