11 ideas from non-profit CEOs on how the federal government's aid package can be better

Emergency funding and long-term support

Why It Matters

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge to Canadian non-profits, social enterprises, and charities. Fundraising efforts are on hold, meanwhile, many are seeing increased need for services and having to figure out how best to protect their frontline staff. These CEOs share their ideas on the measures the federal government can take to support non-profits through this crisis, and make them less vulnerable to future crises, too.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"11 ideas from non-profit CEOs on how the federal government\u2019s aid package can be better. Last week, the federal government announced $82 billion in aid for businesses, non-profits, and individuals impacted by COVID-19 social distancing recommendations. But many in the social impact sector \u2014\u00a0including Imagine Canada CEO Bruce MacDonald, speaking with Future of Good \u2014\u00a0have said it\u2019s not enough.\u00a0 Non-profits are struggling through this crisis \u2014\u00a0from frontline service organizations working to meet increased demands while protecting their staff from the virus to others whose operations have been put on hold and are facing an unprecedented challenge on the fundraising front.\u00a0 Future of Good reached out to clos

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