Reestablishing Philanthropic Vitality After the Emergency
Posted by Stanford Social Innovation Review on July 14, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing nonprofits to reinvent themselves at lightning speed, and many foundations are supporting them ad-hoc. But when the brunt of the crisis passes, the social sector will need to take strategic steps to restore its philanthropic vitality and contribute to a post-COVID social contract. This article is part of a series on civil society’s response to the pandemic.
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