Six big ideas to modernize Canada’s charitable and non-profit sector

As government officials plan the Community Services Recovery Fund, Future of Good spoke with social impact professionals about what a more modern and resilient sector looks like to them.

Why It Matters

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.

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