COVID-19 is reshaping our very understanding of space.
Office buildings have been hollowed out by physical distancing measures and the threat of rising infection rates. So, too, have social purpose spaces – from soup kitchens to shelters to employment training programs – who struggle to deliver services in person.
As the pandemic ends and life slowly begins to return to normal, what will social purpose spaces look like in a new reality? And perhaps more importantly, what opportunities exist for these spaces to not only assist in community recovery, but rebuild communities in a green, inclusive, and equitable way?
Future of Good sat down with four leading experts on social purpose spaces as part of August 25’s #BuildBackBetter webinar. Here are five key takeaways when it comes to transforming and positioning social purpose spaces to support recover
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