Resilient Pathways Forward: Lessons from COVID-19
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About the Event
2020 has been a tumultuous year for Idaho nonprofits. They’ve experienced challenges they’ve never had before. Social distancing, quarantining and the cancellation of major events have made fundraising and marketing strategies more difficult. Incoming donations have been cut in half, or more. Volunteers have been sidelined and community events put on hold. Yet, nonprofits still play an enormous role in serving the vulnerable from a position of vulnerability themselves. Confronted with fewer resources but an increased need to respond to society, nonprofits are learning to pivot in order to reinvent themselves.
As we close out an extraordinary year, we have a lot to reflect on.
- What are the strategies that are still working?
- What are the new strategies that make sense now?
- How can nonprofits turn this crisis into an opportunity to not only bounce back but to be better positioned to respond to the community needs in 2021?
Join us as our panel of experts address these and more, helping you emerge stronger and better equipped to create resilient pathways for your organizations whether you are a nonprofit or for-profit business.
- Russ Stoddard, President & Founder, Oliver Russell
- Dr. Mindi Anderson, Executive Director, Idaho Veterans Chamber of Commerce & Interim President, Cascade Fire Community Fund
- Jimmy Hallyburton, Executive Director & Co-founder, Boise Bicycle Project