This is a series of case studies in the form of question and answer sessions which further explore the impact of the coronavirus crisis from the perspective of individual charities.
Below we ask questions about funding, users, opinions on the wider state of the charity sector, and experiences of continuing to serve the community throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.NPC has published a series of Q&As which explore the impact of the coronavirus crisis on individual charities. Read the interviews here Click To Tweet
For more from NPC on how philanthropists should respond to the coronavirus crisis, read our guidance here. Or if you work for a charity and you are looking for advice and resources on what to do now and in the coming months, take a look at our Covid-19 charity toolkit. For all of our coronavirus resources, and for more charity case studies, visit thinkNPC.org/coronavirus
A collaborative effort to help philanthropists keep charities serving throughout the coronavirus crisis, and prepare for whatever challenges the post-covid world will hold.
If the unofficial motto of the charity sector is ‘we do what needs to be done’—then right now with coronavirus we face an unprecedented challenge of working out what does need to be done. We need to adapt and ask how those who support us can also help
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is vast. Charities will need to be resourceful, responsive, collaborative and innovative. This toolkit pulls together all the resources we think will be useful in a charity’s response to Covid-19 right now, and over the coming months.
The charity sector is good in a crisis but we now need to start thinking about how we want the future to look. Where are the opportunities for change?