PROJECT SUMMARY REPORT AND SURVEY
VICTIMS FUND

Project Summary Report and Survey - Victims Fund [Word Version, 159 KB, Word Help]


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Project Summary

The summary provides a brief explanation of your project; describes the activities/events that were held during the Week; and identifies who was affected by the activities, the impact of your project/activity and the outcomes.

1. Type of event / activity / project

Check all that apply.

  • Open house / information session
  • Training
  • Presentation
  • Lunch and learn
  • Forum / conference / symposium
  • Awareness raising / media campaign
  • Keynote speaker
  • Workshop
  • Appreciation event (for volunteers, service providers, etc.)
  • Other:

2. Primary target audience - Who participated in your event?

Check all that apply.

  • Service providers / NGOs
  • Criminal justice professionals
  • Municipal / provincial / federal government officials
  • Media
  • Public legal education and information representatives
  • Interested citizens / members of the public
  • Other:

Did you reach the type of participants you were targeting?

If applicable, how many people took part in your event/activity?

If applicable, what is the number of distributed material (i.e. brochures, pamphlets, etc.)?

3. Partnerships

Who were your partners?

What type of support did your partners contribute?

  • In-kind support
  • Financial support

What were the advantages of having partners involved in the project?

4. What happened during your event / activity?

The objective(s) of the event/activity/project was/were to:

Using the scale provided below, please indicate the extent to which your project was able to achieve its objectives:

  • 1 (Not at all)
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4 (Somewhat)
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7 (Fully)

Overall, what worked well?

What could have been improved?

What lessons have you learned about organizing this type of event/activity?

Did you undertake an evaluation of the project? If so, provide the results of the evaluation and the feedback obtained from your target population.

5. Project results

What were the results/outcomes of your project (i.e. enhanced capacity to deliver services, increased awareness and knowledge of issues facing victims and survivors of crime, legislation and services, increased access to services)? Were there any unexpected results?

What type of feedback did you receive from your participants or target audience?

Did you undertake an evaluation of the project? If so, provide the results of the evaluation and the feedback obtained from your target population.

Do you consider your event a success, and why?

6. Communication of results

Did you communicate the results of this project beyond your immediate group?

Check all that apply.

  • Yes:
    • Reports*
    • Meetings
    • Local media*
    • Conferences
    • Website (please specify):
    • Other (please specify):
    • Workshops
    • Newsletters (please provide a copy)
    • National media*
    • * please provide copies of reports/articles/transcripts of interviews
  • No

Survey: Victims and Survivors of Crime Week Website and Resource Guide

When did you visit the Victims and Survivors of Crime Week website (www.victimsweek.gc.ca) over the past year?

  • During the funding process only
  • Throughout the entire planning process
  • In the weeks/days leading up to the event only
  • Other:

How often did you visit the Victims and Survivors of Crime Week website (www.victimsweek.gc.ca) over the past year?

  • During the funding process only
  • Less than once a month
  • More than once a month
  • Once a week
  • More than once a week
  • Other:

Was the website easy to navigate (i.e. were you able to find what you were looking for)?

  • Yes
  • No (please explain):

Was the information provided relevant?

  • Yes
  • No (please explain):

Which section of the website was of most value to you?

Check all that apply.

  • Symposium
  • Seek Resources
  • Event Planning
  • Calendar of Events
  • Funding
  • Sharing Our Stories

Please provide your suggestions on how we could improve the web site:

Did you use the Event Planning guide and Resources (including fact sheets) that were developed by the Department of Justice for this year's Victims and Survivors of Crime Week?

  • Yes, its most useful aspects were:
  • No, I knew about it but did not use it because:
  • No, I did not know about it

Please provide your suggestions on how the Resource Guide could be improved:

Please provide us with any additional comments or suggestions you may have (ex - about the Victims and Survivors of Crime Week, the funding process, the objectives of the week, your event, etc):

Thank you very much!

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