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Please consider participating in a study of fundraising ethics supported by the AFP Foundation's Levis Research Grant. The study, titled “Nonprofit Ethics in Application,” is being conducted by a fundraising consultant and doctoral student, Sarah Willey, supervised by Dr. Gerald Gao, at the University of Missouri- Saint Louis.   

The primary purpose of this study is to understand how stakeholders within a nonprofit organization make sense of and handle ethical dilemmas that occur within the field. Your firsthand experiences at your workplace will be useful to the study of ethics in service delivery in the field of organizational behavior and nonprofit management.   

Any knowledge acquired about your experience will likely be helpful to all levels of service delivery (from management to volunteer to beneficiary) in a nonprofit.   

Participation in this research is expected to take approximately 20 minutes of your time to complete an electronic survey. Results of the study are confidential, and participation in this study is completely voluntary. If you would like to participate in this study, please use this link to begin the survey. You will be able to read and review the consent form prior to beginning the survey.  

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If you would like additional information concerning this study before or after it is completed, please feel free to contact Sarah Willey at Sarah.Willey@umsl.edu, 660-988-1412.

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