Coronavirus, lockdowns, and the resulting economic calamity caught all of us unprepared. Charities have never been more needed. But with household budgets squeezed, fundraising events cancelled, and public sector contracts in jeopardy, philanthropists have a vital job to do.
Covid-19 has created a host of big questions for charity leaders to grapple with, from remote service delivery to governance and long-term funding models. The challenge will only get bigger as we head into a tough winter of lockdowns and uncertainty. But the crisis also gives us great opportunities. We don’t want or need to go back to all the ways we did things in the past. How radical we are will depend upon our appetite for bold change.
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