The next blog along the theme of "What has Covid-19 ever done for me?" focuses on money.
The pandemic has put an incredible strain on 99% of charities. On a daily basis charities are going to the wall or furloughing staff. Predictions for fundraising income by Third Sector magazine suggest a dramatic drop of 48%. And, still no formal help from the government as yet.
what are you doing to survive?
I was talking to a client who has offered just that to a small local charity who feels she has been ignored. How can you keep your organisation open to left field ideas while dealing with the operational crises? Is there a section in your website that encourages people to use their talents during the pandemic to raise funds for you? Or other digital platforms to harness to time and skills currently available.
I saw photos of a couple out for their daily walk dressed as Micky and Minnie Mouse. You never know, with some encouragement and coordination, a fancy dress walk event could be just your thing.
And whatever you try could become the new normal.
Why not enjoy a little singalong?