My Place Mentoring – Intake Survey
The My Place Project Mentoring programme aims to empower marginal communities to build skills, knowledge and connections in order to save their heritage and build a better future. We will do this by helping strengthen organisations, improving fundraising abilities. By marginal, we mean communities that may be disadvantaged geographically or economically.
This initial survey has been designed to assess the levels of confidence, skills and knowledge of community groups supported through the My Place Mentoring across key areas related to the capacity to deliver projects.
Why do we need this information? The results will be used to inform the types of support provided and assess the impact of that support based on a follow up survey completed at the end of your mentoring.
It is important that you complete the questions on the demographics of the group, e.g. age and economic profile, in order to meet the conditions of our funding and help to shape further support for groups in the future.
All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence and will only be used by the Scottish Civic Trust for the purposes of the My Place Mentoring programme.
My Place Mentoring is delivered by the Scottish Civic Trust and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Historic Environment Scotland, the Scottish Government and the William Grant Foundation.