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Q&A: What you need to know about applying for grants during COVID-19
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Q&A: What you need to know about applying for grants during COVID-19

Traditional revenue streams like fundraising events, door-to-door donations, and fee-for-service programs are no longer viable for most charities and nonprofits in the current social distance climate.
Organizations must adapt and pivot to weather the storm, and grants are a great way to diversify your portfolio. That being said, they aren't without their downsides — which is something to consider, particularly in times of crisis or change.

Alex Pryse & Kyra Tudlong

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9 Ways Charities and Nonprofits are Adapting to COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has hit the charitable and nonprofit sector quickly, to devastating results.

Emily Jensen

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7 Steps to creating nonprofit awareness campaigns that actually raise awareness (virtual or real life)

Whether virtual or in real life (IRL), awareness campaigns or fundraising campaigns for nonprofits take a lot of work. In fact, it’s often a full-time job for at least one to three months prior to the event. 
And then, you barely have time to bask in the success of this year’s event before you start working on the next one. 

Kerstin Heuer

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Sector Stories: Revenue Loss Threatens Survival of Charities and Nonprofits

The unparalleled nature of this COVID-19 crisis we’re currently facing means we do not have a roadmap for what to expect, and gathering information on the impact is essential to reacting quickly and appropriately.

Emily Jensen

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Charitable sector struggling to stay afloat: Imagine Canada on the CBC Power & Politics

Our CEO Bruce MacDonald spoke with the CBC Vassy Kapelos about the unprecedented challenges charities are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The interview addresses the urgent need for support from the government. 

Émilie Pontbriand

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8 Tips for a Low-Stress, High-Success #GivingTuesdayNow

The newly announced #GivingTuesdayNow on May 5th, 2020, an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, is a chance for donors to increase their support for causes around the world - including yours.

Blackbaud

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Q&A: What you need to know about applying for grants during COVID-19

Traditional revenue streams like fundraising events, door-to-door donations, and fee-for-service programs are no longer viable for most charities and nonprofits in the current social distance climate.
Organizations must adapt and pivot to weather the storm, and grants are a great way to diversify your portfolio. That being said, they aren't without their downsides — which is something to consider, particularly in times of crisis or change.

Alex Pryse & Kyra Tudlong

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