As COVID-19 has spread across Canada, many in the social impact world face uncertainty: charities nationwide have had to lay off staff, and employees who remain on payroll are in many cases working from home, with less resources and higher public demand for their services. And in their personal lives, many are dealing with the added burden of social isolation, homeschooling children, and worrying about their families’ and friends’ health.
It’s a trying time — and on top of the added stress, most simply don’t have access to mental health support through traditional, in-person channels. Already, on any given year in Canada,
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