Webinar

Strengthening Nonprofit Resiliency: What Your Foundation Can Do Now

As we enter the third year of the pandemic, the nonprofit sector continues to face numerous stressors and the need for adaptability increases. Join us for a discussion on perspectives and solutions offered on how philanthropy can become a more trusted partner in supporting nonprofits and advancing the greater good.

Date & Time

Location

Zoom
Audio capabilities required

Cost

Free to Members and Nonmembers

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the philanthropic community recognized the critical need to respond with fierce urgency to support nonprofit partners. Over 800 organizations pledged to ease or eliminate restrictions on grants and reduce what is asked of grantees, aiming to support to move essential work forward. Since then, nonprofit partners have pivoted, stretched, and adapted to meet increased demand for services, unpredictable environments, and an unknown future. As we enter the third year of the pandemic, there is evidence that health, economic, and social turmoil has the nonprofit sector nearing exhaustion and burnout.   

Join us for a discussion on the perspectives and solutions offered on how to equip nonprofit partners with adaptability and capacity. The audience will hear insights from Bridgespan’s research on adaptive strategies and examples of how philanthropy can become a more trusted partner in supporting nonprofits and advancing the greater good. 

Speakers

Robert Joseph

Vice President of Programs
Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund

Meera Chary 

Partner
Bridgespan Group

Lauren Kugler

Executive Director
Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley

Moderator

Kathleen Enright

 

President & CEO
Council on Foundations

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