Amid the challenges facing your clients and communities, there is another crisis that is keeping social sector professionals awake at night – funding uncertainty and the long-term financial outlook for nonprofits across the sector. read more
As the Coronavirus continues to present challenges to people and communities around the world, many U.S. states are moving into phases 1, 2 and 3 of our nation’s reopening plan. And while things seem to be looking up regarding COVID-19, we know there’s still so much to be done. By now, many of you have made adjustments and have adapted in profound ways, but that doesn’t necessarily mean things have gotten easier, that challenges have been solved or that uncertainty is gone.
The social good sector – encompassing a wide spectrum of funders, philanthropists, nonprofits and government agencies – exists to solve social problems and transform lives. This work is both noble and never-ending. And, with a global health crisis wreaking havoc on communities and systems around the world, this work has become exceedingly more complex. The COVID-19 crisis has introduced a whole new set of problems to solve and has exposed challenges inherent in the social sector ecosystem that are prompting a rethink of how funders can best invest in organizations creating impact. read more
At Social Solutions, we’re passionate about enabling organizations to help serve their local communities and drive impact. As organizations begin to pave a path for recovery, it remains critical that assessments of needs are built with an awareness of the ongoing challenges to access of public and funder resources and support. During this challenging time, we are working closely with our clients to learn more about the unique challenges faced by communities of color in gaining equitable access to recovery. read more