The pandemic has had damaging effects on communities, the full effect of which has yet to be seen. But COVID-19 has also accelerated grassroots social innovations. Thousands of initiatives and innovators found across the country have taken action and brought to life new solutions to pressing societal problems that will have ongoing and lasting impact.
From new cooperatives and collaboration amongst social purpose organizations to better serve communities, to new technologies and digital transformations to increase access to services, and new thinking on how we fund and support social purpose initiatives.
What can we learn from social innovations that have sparked or scaled during the pandemic in order to better support grassroots innovators for the long-term?
We held a webinar in partnership with Rideau Hall Foundation, exploring how Canada can spark and sca
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