5 tips on going digital from the CEO of the world's first and only tech non-profit accelerator

Transitioning to a virtual world

Why It Matters

With 82 percent of social impact organizations digitizing some or all of their services, many organizations cancelling fundraising events, and a massive drop in donations, Canada’s social impact sector is facing a reckoning. Fast Forward founder and CEO Shannon Farley shares five ways non-profits can use tech to support their beneficiaries and scale their impact.

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