ENSURE VITAL PROGRAMS STAY OPEN DURING THE PANDEMIC

Charities have been hit hard by COVID-19. With drastic decreases in funding and a higher demand for services, many charities are unable to meet the needs of their community. Some have even closed their doors permanently.

Charities play a critical role in our social safety net and are the backbone of many communities. Without them, seniors, children, and marginalized communities are at-risk of losing critical, and at times, lifesaving programs.

ADAPTING TO THE NEW NORMAL

In an effort to stay afloat and move forward, charities are finding new ways to weather the pandemic. This includes:

  • Finding alternative ways to deliver services such as investing in new virtual technology.
  • Implementing new sanitation practices, and purchasing personal protective equipment or plexiglass barriers.
  • Developing strategies to collaborate with other nonprofits.

These are not easy or inexpensive tasks. That’s where you come in. Charities need your help to continue serving their communities.

SUPPORT THE SUPPORTERS

During difficult times it’s crucial to unite. Charities have always been there for us. It’s time we show them we’re here for them. Now more than ever they need our help. Donate to the COVID-19 Charity Adaptation and Innovation Fund today.

ABOUT the COVID-19 CHARITY ADAPTATION AND INNOVATION FUND

The Fund includes 400 registered charities representing a diverse set of causes across Canada. The charities in this Fund were invited to apply and explain their needs and plans to adapt to COVID-19. Charities that met the criteria for the Fund were included on a first-come, first-served basis, up to a maximum of 400 charities.

To see the list of charities included in this Fund, you can view the list here.

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