Health and well-being is the big news these days. As well it should be.
But what about the health and well-being of your organization and its most valuable and underutilized resource --- its data?
Five months. It is hard to believe that five months have gone by since COVID-19 arrived and turned our world upside down.
The virus has spread and impacted millions of our fellow Americans. We send thoughts and prayers for healing to the families and friends of impacted by COVID-19.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been two months already. Two months since COVID-19 reared its ugly head and “Stay at Home” guided our lives, organizations, schools and businesses.
We send our condolences for the lives lost, and pray for those battling the virus and all those struggling with life’s challenges.
“Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.”
These are crazy crazy times. The philanthropic sector is being challenged. While the challenge doesn’t feel good right now, we need to look at this as an opportunity. An opportunity to implement the extraordinary . . . with extraordinary results.
In the US, there are approximately 1.3 million organizations in the philanthropic sector. The organizations feed, house, heal, rebuild, educate, inspire and nuture people in every demographic and socioeconomic status. Every day, these organizations "foster civic engagement and leadership, drive economic growth and strengthen the fabric of our communities."