The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the demand for nonprofits’ services while damaging their finances and staffs. What can history tell us about surviving this crisis, and how can philanthropy help? SSIR publisher Michael Voss speaks to Amir Pasic of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and Mary Jovanovich of Schwab Charitable. A sponsored podcast developed with the support of Schwab Charitable.
Featuring Amir Pasic, Mary Jovanovich & Michael Voss Jul. 15, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has cut into noprofits’ resources while increasing demand for their services. As they are asked to do more with less money and reduced staff, what can they learn from history and data about navigating the crisis? And how can philanthropy help?
SSIR‘s publisher, Michael Voss, speaks about the pandemic’s impact on nonprofits and how they can respond with Amir Pasic, the Eugene R. Tempel Dean at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University and a professor of philanthropic studies, and Mary Jovanovich, senior manager for relationship management at Schwab Charitable. The full transcript of the episode can be read below.