2020 changed how social impact work is done.
More specifically, it moved this work online at a previously unimaginable speed.
As communities went into lockdown, organizations finally understood that internet and digital skills are essential. But the pandemic also exposed and amplified a major digital disparity in Canadian society and across the social impact sector — from helping women find work to helping the elderly access services to keeping kids learning. Social purpose organizations of all kinds sprung into action in response, but many scrambled to become digital-first overnight.
As changemakers look ahead at their work, the sector isn’t going back to the status quo. Whether you work in fundraising, grantmaking, research, service delivery, programs, advocacy or community engagement, massive digital transitions are underway — whether your orga
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