National Data Collection project needs to hear from families

December 12, 2014

Over the past 25 years, the number of family-run organizations has steadily increased across the country. Throughout this time, very little data has been collected nationally about the types of services, numbers of families and the impact and outcomes achieved by family-run organizations.

The Family Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA) established the National Data Collection project to establish standardized data collection elements and to build a body of evidence for the services and supports family-run organizations provide. A group of researchers, policy makers and family leaders have provided expertise and guidance to the project.

Family organizations are asking to complete this brief survey about their organization and the services provided. Participation in this survey will help to strengthen the voices of family-run organizations and build a case for support. 


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