For most non-profits in Canada, the arrival of COVID-19 dramatically changed the course of their day-to-day operations — as well as what they could expect from the year ahead. Four months into the pandemic and some of Canada’s leading charities, including the Canadian Cancer Society and Diabetes Canada, are forecasting 40 to 50 percent drops in revenue this year alone. Most non-profit employees are working from home. And 82 percent of organizations — across all social impact sectors — are digitizing all or some of their services.
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