The continued support we receive from members of the public is extremely important to us here at Prisoners of Conscience. Without you, we could not transform the lives of people who have been persecuted for standing up for human rights.
Knowing how supporters feel about us means we can inspire more people to get involved. It also helps prevent us from wasting money on communications that people do not want to receive.
We would love to know about your relationship with Prisoners of Conscience, your opinions and preferences for what we should be doing on your behalf with your donations.
Everyone who fills out our survey has the option to be entered into a prize draw to win a two-night stay at La Petite Maison, an 18th century stone cottage in the Dordogne, southwest France.
La Petite Maison is a 200-year-old cottage nestled in the midst of sunflower fields and rolling hills close to the Dordogne / Charente border in southwest France. Recently refurbished, modern appliances and new furnishings complement the many original features the building offers and create a comfortable space for up to six adults.
The cottage offers three bedrooms (two doubles and one twin), a large bathroom, comfortable lounge and a spacious dining kitchen. There is a first-floor veranda which provides a great view of the large garden and the fields beyond, and a small patio area – both are perfect for that pre-dinner aperitif and alfresco eating. Guests also have use of the riverside garden.
Found in a very peaceful part of the Dordogne, a trip to La Petite Maison allows you to get away from the hustle and bustle. Explore the nearby villages, chateaux and farmers markets; savour the best of the local wine, cognac and cheese producers; or simply relax with a book by the river.
The supporter survey and prize draw will be open until midnight on Saturday 30 November 2019. Fill it out today and make sure you’re in with a chance to win! Thank you!