During the coronavirus pandemic, many social change organizations are grappling with how to adapt to the new normal. For some, investing in leadership training has been key in fostering the resilience needed to thrive during these unprecedented times. This is our first story in a series with Innoweave.
As the coronavirus pandemic exacerbates risks for the most vulnerable populations, seniors are experiencing poverty, food insecurity, and mental health crises while facing social isolation. A Montreal organization says that for some seniors in their community, it’s an issue of life and death. This is our second story in a series with Innoweave.
During the pandemic many non-profits have shifted their programming online, but without considering accessibility and accommodations, some of these programs have excluded some individuals from participating in virtual programming.
Social impact professionals are on the verge of burnout — these organizations radically changed their work culture to help
Canadian Mental Health Week provides an opportunity to practice values and restructure organizational goals, which can ultimately lead to increased performance and better outcomes. While some of these measures are unconventional in the non-profit sector, the stakes are high, as deteriorating mental health may lead to employee burnout.
The pandemic has shifted how (and why) organizations collect data. These non-profit leaders will tell you exactly how.
As the coronavirus puts pressure on non-profits to respond to a demand in services, many who work in the sector believe changing what data they gather from clients will enable them to provide better services and ensure that some of the most vulnerable are supported during the pandemic.