Nonprofit Sector

Protecting Nonprofits That Protect Us During Crises – and Beyond

November 21, 2022

Originally published in Nonprofit Quarterly , November 21, 2022

"When schools and daycares shuttered, when food and other supply chains broke, who delivered baby supplies to parents juggling virtual work and young children? Who opened emergency childcare centers for the frontline workers who didn’t have the luxury of working from home? Who brought food to housebound elders?

It wasn’t for-profit companies. The nonprofit sector, along with community-based mutual aid networks, stepped up to meet immediate needs."

NFF's Aisha Benson and Jen Talansky share important findings and key themes from our 2022 State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey, including how to make sure nonprofits have what they need to continue supporting us today and in the future.

Read the full article here.

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