How Covid-19 is Changing the Nonprofit Sector
Date: Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Time: 6:30-8:00 PM EST
Alix Cantave, Ph.D.
Program Officer for Haiti, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
President and CEO, BFW Group, LLC
Transformational Leadership Strategist
Senior Strategy Associate, Nonprofit Finance Fund
Founder, ARISE Project for Humanity
This year due to the pandemic, there has been a shift in the way people do business. However, non-profits have not been given the limelight they need to help the general population understand the work that goes into providing relief. Funding and grants have been severely impacted making it trickier for organizations to function post Covid 19. Join us for an in-depth conversation with non profit advocates, organizers, and directors on navigating fundraising, partnering with other organizations, continuing to foster connections through Coronavirus and understanding how this transition looks as it pertains to communities that are impoverished.
- Fundraising (Grants & Loans)
- Networking and Engaging Populations
- Partnerships w/ other Organizations
- Long term financial implications
- Emergency Aid for Communities
Virtual Symposium Goals
The NAAHP COVID-19 Virtual Symposium on the Challenges faced by Non-profit organizations seeks to engage non profit personnel about the future of their organizations during and after the pandemic. Utilizing the results of the ACE survey, this guided discussion will explore the impact of Covid19 on the non profit financial viability, remote fundraising techniques, and downsizing, and prioritizing organization and community needs.