SiMPACT Strategy Group CEO and Founder Stephanie Robertson tackles the state of corporate philanthropy in a pioneering opinion article in the Calgary Herald, urging Canadians to insist on bolder investments in community impact from businesses in the wake of COVID-19.
Opinion: We should expect more from Canadian business in a post-COVID world
September 28, 2020
“Canada’s non-profit sector is facing a crisis that is not solely the work of a pandemic. Certainly, COVID-19 has taken its toll on organizations that serve Canadians in need; Imagine Canada estimated well over $10 billion in lost donations and earnings and over 100,000 layoffs for Canadian non-profits in this first year of the pandemic. But this sector was in a precarious position long before COVID. The future of our charitable, citizen-serving organizations rests upon our ability to change the way we value and invest in our non-profit sector…”
Read the full story at calgaryherald.com/opinion/columnists/opinion-we-should-expect-more-from-canadian-business-in-a-post-covid-world