The pandemic highlighted – but didn’t create – the need for digital transformation in the non-profit sector. Forward-thinking non-profit leaders have long understood that smart adoption of digital technologies can improve service delivery and outcomes. But the sector — and its funders — have under-invested in technology.
In a CanadaHelps Digital Skills Survey released Wednesday morning, a majority of the approximately 1,400 charities surveyed said their digital skills were “fair,” “poor,” or they were “not aware” of the digital tools the survey presented. More than half said they don’t have enough funding to boost their digital capacity.
Meanwhile, Canada’s Budget 2021 commits $400 million in 2021-22 for a temporary Community Service
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