And while funding and sustainability can be a difficult venture for NFPs at the best of times, there is no question that the socioeconomic impacts of the pandemic will likely be felt for years across the sector.
Not only did organizations have to move 100% of their workers remote overnight, but they did so as donation revenue dried up, and office closures, furloughs, and layoffs became the norm. This is all happening, of course, as demand for social services has reached an all-time high.
Over 74% of organizations have reported cancelled fundraising, 52% a loss of earned income revenue, and another 40% declines in donations within the first few months of the pandemic.
We know technology isn’t the whole answer, but implementing modern technology that improves employee experience is a key enabler to realising broader strategic objectives.
We have partnered with Microsoft and their Technology for Social Impact (TSI) program, where eligible clients can access technologies and solutions at a discount.
Some of the common challenges we help our not-for-profit clients with include:
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