Integrating Mental Health into Purpose-Oriented Work
About This Series
What will it take to help a new generation of purpose-oriented people thrive, and equip them to work in social impact? This series is in partnership with RBC Future Launch.
4 young social impact leaders open up about how they manage mental wellness
A sector-wide mental health crisis is looming. Young people are far more likely to report experiencing stress, burnout, anxiety and depression than previous generations. At the same time, youth are also more likely to pursue purpose-oriented careers — and the social impact sector can be high-stress, with an overworked and underpaid workforce.
Social impact professionals are stressed out. Here’s how funders can help.
The challenges of the pandemic are threatening the well-being of workers in the social impact sector — just when communities need them the most. Funders and grantees say to prevent a burnout crisis across the sector, building trust between them is more important than ever.