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2.HELP US HELP YOU!
Over the past two weeks, Sutherland Institute has invited your response to two separate surveys to help us identify ways in which the Institute can better serve your needs. If you have not yet taken one or either of these brief surveys, please take a moment to do so now. Thank you!
• Sutherland is in the process of developing a series of one-hour classes as part of itsResponsible Citizen Exchange designed to help you become a more informed and influential citizen. Please take a few moments to respond to a three-question survey by clicking here.
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3.HERITAGE FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS SUTHERLAND’S WORK
The Heritage Foundation, the widely-respected national think tank in Washington, D.C., recently highlighted Sutherland Institute’s Self-Reliance Index (SRI).
Sutherland published the SRI in Helping Utahns Help Themselves: A Self-Reliance Index, authored by Policy Analyst Matthew C. Piccolo, on July 22, 2010. The SRI is a tool that individuals, families, assistance agencies, and case workers can use to assess how self-reliant – and thereby how dependent – a family or individual is on others for survival, and to offer suggestions on how to become more self-reliant.
On July 26, 2010, Heritage published an article titled Self-Reliance: Better Than Government Dependence wherein it commends Sutherland’s efforts:
“With dependency on government at an all time high in America, the Sutherland Institute’s Self-Reliance Index is being introduced at a crucial time. The Self-Reliance Index should change the way Americans look at the issue of poverty, because a self-reliant person isn’t poor, but one dependent on the government is.”
Click here to read Sutherland Institute’s synopsis of the SRI.
Click here to read the Heritage article at blog.heritage.org.