PND by Candid | June 10, 2021
Many nonprofit leaders say that increased financial support from funders and the government helped their organizations fare better through 2020 than originally anticipated, a report from the Center for Effective Philanthropy finds.
Based on a survey conducted in February of CEP’s Grantee Voice panel, the report, Persevering Through Crisis: The State of Nonprofits, found that 66 percent of respondents said the COVID-19 pandemic has had a “moderate” (38 percent) or “significant” (28 percent) negative impact on their organizations, down from 84 percent (46 percent and 38 percent, respectively) in a survey conducted in May 2020. Respondents who reported “significant” (5 percent) or “moderate” (11 percent) positive impacts said that remaining open during the pandemic helped raise public awareness of the organization, or that they were able to expand their online offerings and broaden their reach, while the majority of those who reported negative impacts described difficulty delivering programs and services.
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