With all the economic upheaval that COVID-19 brought to 2020, 2021 is sure to be challenging for many not-for-profits. Many cut back their services, operations and staffing during 2020, and others changed their mission to address more pressing community needs. Fundraising events often were curtailed due to social distancing; as a result, many organisations received fewer donations than usual. As we slowly move closer to returning to what everyone hopes is “business as usual,” not-for-profits should take time now to reconsider how their needs have changed and use this as an opportunity to rebuild. Rather than viewing resource constraints, disruption, and the demand for higher levels of security as limiting, not-for-profits should view these challenges as an opportunity to be truly creative. Join our industry experts on 23 March at 2pm GMT as they explore how through adopting innovative new business processes, green projects and technologies to transform their businesses, not-for-profits can experience a digital transformation that can create growth and opportunity to expand their global impact. Speakers: Clensy Appavoo, HLB Global Not-For-Profit Leader Eddy Quah, HLB Sustain CSR Israel Tannenbaum, HLB USA Register today
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