The majority of Canada’s social impact world is working from home right now. As painful as it might be, it’s also a huge privilege. The non-profit sector alone employs approximately 2.4 million people, so add to that social enterprises, co-operatives, academia, governments, business CSR teams, and freelancers, and you’re in the range of about five million people who are significantly changing how they go about their day-to-day work.
That’s millions of people just last week on the phone, on the internet, using and quickly learning a variety of digital tools to meet, brainstorm, collaborate, socialize, research, convene, and fundraise. Then there are all the back office operations tools and people rethinking digital processes for finance, payroll, project management, communications, and HR. At this time, even Facebook has gotten
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