McConnell Foundation is creating $2 million in funds for a post-pandemic world

Emergency response and long-term support

Why It Matters

Access to emergency funding has been a top priority for many in the social impact sector over the past two weeks. But the sector will feel the impacts of COVID-19 long after social distancing ends. Here’s how the McConnell Foundation is already working on funding for a post-pandemic world.

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