"They, who like brothers unite for a common target, stronger than any wall they stand"
Antisthenes, c. 446—366 B.C.E.
This survey is an opportunity to shape our community's future as it will contribute to establishing a robust foundation that will benefit future generations. Your responses will enable the Federation of Cypriot American Organizations (FCAO) to establish a database of all Cypriot Americans living in the United States.
FCAO will use the information to bring together the Cypriot Americans, promote more effectively the Cypriot culture and Hellenic identity, and keep you informed of activities and events, including educational and scholarship programs to benefit you and your families.
While numerous insightful results will come from this initiative, this collective effort aims to inspire the younger generations to get engaged in the community, ultimately raising influential leaders to contribute to society.
Together we can make a difference and contribute to a better future for our community and Hellenism.
The Cypriot American Community Survey is happening now, and you can complete the questionnaire online or by mail. The survey asks a few simple questions about you and everyone who is living with you. The survey is comprised of questions on topics of interest, such as place of birth, ethnic group, and generation. Your participation is entirely voluntary and will take only a few minutes to complete the survey.
You can participate in the Cypriot American Survey by visiting our online questionnaire. You're just one click away
Note: If you are responding online, please note that you cannot save your progress and that you must complete the census in one sitting.
PARTICIPATE BY MAIL
To respond to the survey, you can mail back the paper questionnaire sent to your home. You can also respond online or by phone.
For more information on answering each question, please visit Questions Asked.
Completed surveys should be returned to Federation of Cypriot American Organizations (FCAO) on the self-addressed stamped envelope.
Explore the questions you'll be asked on your 2020 Cypriot American Community Survey to find how the FCAO will use your answers.
The FCAO will never ask you for:
Additionally, there is no citizenship question on the 2020 Cypriot American Community Survey. If someone claiming to be from the Federation of Cypriot American Organizations (FCAO) and contacts you via e-mail or phone and asks you for any of the above, you should notify the FCAO immediately by e-mail email@example.com or telephone (516) 399-2295.
The Cypriot American Community Survey is an opportunity to shape your community's future.
Through your social media channels, your voice can make a difference. You can inspire others. Tell everyone—your friends and family, neighbors, and co-workers—that you will participate in the Cypriot American Community Survey and that they should participate too!
The FCAO is committed to preserving the privacy of respondents to keep your information confidential and will not release any identifiable information about you, your home, or your business to third parties unless required by law.
Your responses will enable us to establish a database of all Cypriot Americans living in the United States. The information collected will allow the FCAO to make informed decisions in creating various activities and events that will serve the community’s needs and bring together all Cypriot Americans. The security of the information you provide to FCAO is our top priority. Our IT infrastructure is designed to defend against and contain cyber threats. We continually refine our approach to identifying, preventing, detecting, and responding to these threats. By participating in the survey, you confirm that you have read the above information; you voluntarily agree to participate, and you are at least 18 years of age.
If you have any questions about FCAO’s use of the information you provide, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (516) 399-2295.
The mission of the FCAO is to preserve and promote the Hellenic Cypriot culture, heritage, principles and ideals in the United States of America through the coordination and promotion of cultural, charitable, educational, fraternal and professional activities.
Join our e-mail list and help shape the future of our community.Join