Recovery Fund 2021: Will charities modernize?
About This Special Report
Will 2021 finally be the year the charitable and non-profit sector has the resources it needs to modernize? With the federal government's upcoming $400 million Community Services Recovery Fund, it just might. But modernization takes many forms — what should the fund prioritize for maximum post-pandemic resilience in the sector? We'll ask that and more in this member-exclusive special report.
In-depth view: Canada’s largest charities are trying to shape the Community Services Recovery Fund. Here’s what they want.
The Community Services Recovery Fund could be of tremendous value to smaller charities and non-profits who need to modernize their operations, but it isn’t clear whether they have been thoroughly consulted on the Fund’s design.
Six big ideas to modernize Canada’s charitable and non-profit sector
Modernization could mean a more digitally-savvy, better-funded, and more equitable non-profit and charitable sector capable of taking on the biggest challenges of the post-COVID era.
Is the social sector ready for a modernization fund? Senator Omidvar weighs in.
The social sector is trying to tread water and build a lifeboat at the same time. As charities struggle with a drop in revenue from the COVID-19 pandemic, they are also trying to upgrade their digital processes, funding models, and HR practices.
The Community Services Recovery Fund is meant to modernize the charitable and non-profit sector — here’s what that means
Canada’s social impact sector needs more autonomy, control, and funding if it hopes to address major challenges coming out of COVID — from climate change to childcare.