Nonprofit organizations are in a state of transition; 2020 upended how they traditionally operate. Nonprofits need to be better prepared for the next crisis or pandemic by having the right technology in place for implementing remote work policies.
While the COVID-19 pandemic affected fundraising, it also forced nonprofits to adopt and implement work-from-home policies — which, for many, hadn’t previously existed. Leadership and management teams urgently needed to make strategic decisions to keep business running and staff members working — while ensuring that the activities directly related to the mission continued to remain afloat.
As nonprofits navigate 2021 and recover from the effects of 2020, they are in a position to plan for the future and restructure workplace policies so they are better prepared for the next crisis.
Download this white paper to learn more about how leading nonprofit organizations adapted to the conditions created by the pandemic, from moving fundraising to virtual platforms to creating the policies and infrastructure to support remote work.