“We don't need to reinvent it, we just need to scale”: How digital transformation for non-profits can accelerate

Mapping out how Canada’s social sector is bridging the digital divide for communities and non-profits

Why It Matters

COVID-19 forced charities, non-profits, and communities to roll up their sleeves to adapt digitally the best they could — but without a space to look for resources and learn from each other, a sector-wide digital transformation will remain fragmented.

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