How Maryland nonprofits can reset for the post-COVID economy
While many areas took hits over the past year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nonprofit sector saw not only a huge increase in demand for services but a decline in donations due to fundraising event cancellations and loss of donors and corporate partners.
As the economy transitions out of the pandemic slowdown, how can nonprofits leaders put their agencies in the best possible position for recovery? A Daily Record webinar Wednesday featured four experts who offered their insights: Franklyn Baker, CEO and president of United Way of Central Maryland; Heather Iliff, president and CEO of Maryland Nonprofits; Carim Khouzami, CEO of BGE; and Dr. Gabriela Lemus, executive director of Maryland Latinos Unidos.
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Source: The Daily Record
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