Collecting feedback from events, volunteers or donors is necessary to ensure your programs are effective, but the idea of creating a survey can be daunting. With Survey Monkey, you don’t have to create your own survey, instead you can select from SurveyMonkey’s methodologist-certified nonprofit survey templates.
In a matter of minutes, you can have a survey ready for distribution. Survey Monkey lets you customize the survey with your colors, logos, and more. If you can’t find a template that suits your needs, Survey Monkey will help you create your own template.
There is a large selection of templates available; including marketing. Use your survey to test messaging concepts, including potential taglines and logos.
Planning an event? Use a survey to gauge your donor’s interest. After the event send out a survey to gauge how well your event went. What did you do right and what should you change for the next event.
Want to know what’s important to your donors. Use a survey to understand your donor’s motivations, attitudes, and giving patterns.
Volunteers are very important to the overall success of a nonprofit. Use the Survey Monkey volunteer template to determine if your recruitment and training are efforts are working. Are your volunteers happy? Find out with a satisfaction survey.
Survey Monkey guides you through all the steps to create a useful survey and when the responses come in you can view them immediately or wait until all the data is collected. Survey Monkey has tools available to help you analyze the data too.
Survey Monkey’s Basic plan is free and lets you create a survey with 10 questions (including descriptive text or images) per survey with 100 responses per survey and 3 collectors per survey. The basic plan also gives you 1 analyze rule (Filter, Compare, or Show) per survey at a time.
Survey Monkey also offers paid plans that give you access to more features, such as unlimited number of surveys, unlimited responses, responses via email or web with prices starting at $26/month.
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