Assessing the situation in the Greater Washington area
The Center commissioned research from Brighter Strategies as part of a regional study to determine how to structure support that best serves area needs. The data collected is important to the proprieties and action agendas for all sectors.
The Center’s Sector Rebuilding Campaign was launched in response to the pandemic to support nonprofits in rebuilding the capacity and systems needed to thrive throughout the health and economic crisis and over the next three years. The murder of George Floyd and countless others amplified critical cross sector dialogue, uncovered various race equity deficits and is motivating action from leaders. In response to the need for change, we launched a new Center for Race, Equity, Justice and Inclusion. This critical research will help guide our efforts in both areas.
Hear the results in our debrief and discussion
Join the dialogue! Review, interpret and reflect on the results with our discussion leaders:
Glen O’Gilvie, CAE
Center for Nonprofit Advancement
Elizabeth Scott, PhD
Survey data preview:
- Nonprofits in the greater Washington region have felt a loss of funding, volunteers and client relations.
- Over 60% of nonprofits expect to see continued increases in demand for services.
- 80% see a significant gap in services available to their communities.
- The impact of Covid-19 is not being felt evenly among nonprofits. Long standing African American/Black led nonprofits were significantly more likely to have to furlough staff than their white led counterparts. This alarming statistic is just one of the disturbing differences found.
Make plans to join us virtually and discuss what the future holds for Greater Washington nonprofits.
Covid-19 and Racial Inequity
in the Greater Washington nonprofit sector
Wednesday, October 21, 9:30am – 10:30am
There is no charge, but registration is required.