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Shifting Programs in Light of COVID-19: What Are Nonprofit Leaders Doing?

Date:
May 26th, 2020
Time:
10:00AM to 11:00AM
Location:
Your Computer
Audience:
Consultant, Grantseeker, Nonprofit
Event type:
Breakthrough
Base fee:
$0
Person video chatting with four other people

Join MNN and Philanthropy Massachusetts to hear from a panel of MA nonprofit leaders to learn about strategies, thoughts, and perspectives on shifting programming in light of the current public health crisis. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on nonprofits’ programs and on the communities they serve are unprecedented. Jerry Rubin of JVS Boston, Anita Moeller of UTEC, Catherine Peterson of ArtsBoston, and Anne Bader-Martin of One Can Help will discuss the shifts they have made to their programming in light of the pandemic and the changes in demand for their services. The panel will be moderated by Jim Barrows, Associate Director of Community Affairs and Economic Development at Harvard University. This webinar is presented by Philanthropy Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network (MNN).

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Moderator
Jim Barrows, Associate Director of Community Affairs and Economic Development, Harvard Ed Portal

Panelists
Anne Bader-Martin, Founder & Executive Director, One Can Help

Anita Moeller, Chief Program Officer, UTEC

Catherine Peterson, Executive Director, ArtsBoston

Jerry Rubin, President & CEO, JVS

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Registration type: 
External registration

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