Online survey benefits Issaquah History Museums

May 22, 2012

By Staff

Citizens can help the Issaquah History Museums earn a grant by completing a survey online and then forwarding the link to others.

The nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving local history is participating in a program to earn up to a $2,000 grant from Community Forums Network and Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants.

The participating organizations help Community Forums Network gather information. The network then awards grants based on how many people complete the survey and designate a particular organization as a beneficiary.

The survey topic is young adult employment. The survey includes a topic video featuring interviews with state Attorney General Rob McKenna, former U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee, state Sen. Jim Kastama and state Rep. Cary Condotta.

The survey takes about 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Find the survey at Incomplete surveys do not count for the beneficiaries.

The museums received $100 last year after encouraging citizens to participate in a previous survey.

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