As Jesse’s Journey moves forward with future marketing and communication initiatives, we want to know:
What does the Jesse’s Journey “brand” mean to you?
We ask that you share your thoughts by completing a short survey – only about 10 minutes – which will help provide us with insights and direction that will enhance our marketing and communication effectiveness.
- If there are others in your household connected to Jesse’s Journey or Duchenne muscular dystrophy, we encourage them to complete the survey from their perspective as well. If they are using the same computer, please ensure each individual starts and submits the survey before the next person begins.
- It’s best completed on a desktop computer or tablet because of their larger screen sizes.
- The survey is entirely anonymous.
Please complete the survey in one sitting by the end of the day, Wednesday, September 2, 2020 (the survey may time out if you leave and come back later).
A generous donor will contribute $1 for each individual who completes the survey to a maximum of $1,000.
“We are proud to donate up to $1,000 for this survey participation.”
“Our family is delighted to sponsor this research study, and we would like to thank you for taking the time to fill out your response. We know that this investment into Jesse’s Journey is going to pay huge long-term dividends to the organization, and most importantly, to the families the organization supports.
Often people like to donate to research or other more common areas, but in our experience, it is operational items like this survey that give the best return on our investment for our donation. We are grateful to the organization to let us anonymously support this opportunity.”
– R & B
Only one submission per person will be counted.
If you have any questions at all, please contact Manager of Marketing and Stakeholder Engagement, Rochelle ten Haaf, at email@example.com.
We appreciate your candid comments and responses. They will be very important as we chart our future and effectiveness as an organization to defeat Duchenne.
On behalf of the Duchenne community, we thank you.