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1st November 2016

Enter the student philanthropy survey

The University of Manchester are running a survey to to capture students’ attitudes to charitable giving, all students who complete the survey are also entered into a prize draw

The University of Manchester is looking to get your views on giving to charity — all you have to do is fill in this five minute survey. All students who complete the survey are entered into a prize draw.

The Student Philanthropy Survey is being conducted by The University of Manchester’s Division of Development and Alumni Relations department.

The survey seeks to assess students’ views on charitable giving, and awareness and attitude towards the University’s charitable priorities.

Everyone who completes the survey is entered into a prize draw. Winners could receive  a £10 voucher to spend on food or drinks in the Union Bar at the Students’ Union, five ‘I love UoM’ canvas bags for carrying your library books or shopping, or the top prize of a summer term Stagecoach UniRider bus pass (RRP £55).

The survey will close on Sunday 13th November 2016, and winners of the prizes will be notified before Friday 18th November 2016.

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