United Ways across North Carolina want to better understand impacts of COVID-19 on you and your family. Completing this 10-minute survey will help us figure out how to best support you with immediate needs and long-term recovery.
The online survey will remain open through August 21 and is available in English and Spanish. Preliminary results from the survey will be released in September.
United Way of Pitt County would like to give a voice to those individuals and families experiencing hardships, some for the first time ever, due to the impact of COVID-19.This survey represents an opportunity to better understand the impact COVID19 has had across the state, community by community and will inform United Ways, state and community leaders on how best to fund solutions and tailor services specific to needs emerging from the pandemic,
Before the pandemic hit, many North Carolina households were led by workers unable to earn enough to cover basic expenses and save for an unexpected crisis or job loss. For many, the economic crisis has stripped available assets and abruptly repositioned families into unfamiliar financial positions. The survey seeks information on a wide range of topics, including the most pressing concerns, job changes, schooling and childcare challenges and economic changes North Carolina families are navigating.
On a daily basis, United Ways throughout North Carolina work hard to serve those suffering from loss of basic needs and sense of security due to workforce interruptions. As United Ways respond to immediate needs, we are thinking ahead to the next phase of recovery and what will be needed most to help get families back on track.
Your answers are confidential, and no information that could identify you will be shared.