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Pulse-check with sector leaders on mental health

The massive upheaval caused by COVID-19 has put pressure on all levels of the non-profit workforce, leading to rising levels of burnout, compassion fatigue, stress, and anxiety. We talked to leaders across the sector about their mental health, their outlook on leadership, and how they’re supporting their teams through this period.

A brewing showdown over disbursement quotas

During the pandemic, as charities have grappled with the double burden of increased demand for services and reduced capacity to fundraise, some have asked why Canada’s foundations – public and private – aren’t drawing more from their investment accounts to support the causes they funded in the before-times.

The future of work

Ready or not, the future of work is already here. For those who make the world of work their business, there’s reason for both optimism and concern.

CSR in the pandemic

The unprecedented scale of the pandemic crisis has cast a spotlight on what corporate citizenship really means today. The good news is that, at a time when many charities’ non-governmental revenue dried up and volunteering largely stopped, the corporate response has been widespread and generous.

After-times: The sector’s role in post-pandemic Canada

This spring, we asked contributor Emily Mathieu to canvass some members of The Philanthropist Journal’s Editorial Advisory Committee – established in November 2020 to provide insights and input into our evolving coverage – and get their views on what the late- and post-pandemic period holds for the sector.