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Adapting Your Programs for COVID-19
Episode 3414th December 2020 • Connected Philanthropy • Foundant Technologies
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Are you a board member or nonprofit leader looking to pivot your programs in light of COVID-19? Are you a grant professional struggling with articulating how your organization will meet program goals while accounting for the impacts of COVID-19?

Well, let’s face it, COVID-19 is here to stay. Listen as we discuss what it means to adapt our community programs and tell our ‘COVID-19 updated’ impact story to funders.

Topics:

  • How to pivot your program for greater impact in the community
  • Tips on modifying and communicating goals that take into consideration the impacts of COVID-19
  • The importance of keeping staff, participants, and stakeholders accountable while running a program virtually

Grant professionals, nonprofit leaders, board members, and program managers of all experience levels can benefit from this session.

Speaker:

Shavonn Richardson, MBA | Founder of Think and Ink Grant Consulting™

Shavonn is a grant writer, nonprofit consultant, speaker and an active member of the Grant Professionals Association. In her spare time, she practices yoga, prefers red wine over white, and loves to travel to the most remote vacation spots ever.

To learn more about Think and Ink Grants or to ask Shavonn follow-up questions, please visit https://www.thinkandinkgrants.com/. To view more of Shavonn’s resources on COVID-19, visit https://www.thinkandinkgrants.com/covid19.

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