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5 ways Coronavirus will change the charity sector from Charity Digital

22-Apr-2020

Newscaster Charity Digital has released an article exploring how the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will shape the charity sector for years to come. 

"Do what needs to be done". Evidently this is a sentiment that crops up in most aspects of the charity sector, and in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic and the way it affected our way of life, that sentiment cannot be more true, as we work through the challenges and changes to our daily routines to do what needs to be done.

With the situation and direction we have to deal with changing on a regular basis, it can be a challenge in itself to foresee any consequence or the complications of any adjustments we might want to do right now to safeguard what lies ahead of us.

The COVID-19 outbreak is set to affect every charity, if it hasn’t done already, be through changes in staff levels or working practice, trying to find other sources of funding or finding other methods of fundraising - even having to suspend delivery of much needed products or services.

For charities, these are tough choices indeed, with no real foresight or previous experience to fall back on to know the decision that was made was going to be the right one.

Charity Digital has published an article which takes a look towards the future for the charity sector. Covering aspects such as the reinvention of fundraising, adapting to work pace, and embracing the Digital Platform; it explores how the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will shape the charity sector now and in years to come, with a quiet reminder of the sector's ability to reinvent and adapt itself in the face of change.

To read the article, visit the Charity Digital website.

 

 


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