As we move into a post-COVID context, funders across Ireland are asking how to navigate the changing landscape. It’s no secret that donors’ expectations have evolved. They want to know where their money is going, and how much of it is spent on the cause to which they donated.
Why Policy for Philanthropy is Policy for Good
The unforeseen challenges and deep uncertainties experienced over the last almost 18 months continue to impact and will do so for some time to come. Collectively as a society we face testing times, as post-pandemic we strive to address needs emerging in addition to those remaining unaddressed from pre pandemic times.
According to a newly launched report by Rethink Ireland, the Covid-19 pandemic has had a disadvantageous effect on women’s economic mobility. The report ‘The Impact of Covid-19 on Women’s Economic Mobility’ was launched on June 7th, 2021.
Reflecting on the learning for philanthropy through the crisis phase of COVID 19, contributors at our recent Member Networking event emphasised the power of collaboration, the importance of listening and the value of sharing insights and knowledge