COVID-19 year four: Implications for philanthropy
2 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. CT
As we begin year four of coping with the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy hosted a webinar to help grantmakers consider how to embed ongoing pandemic responses within their normal operations.
Moderated by CDP’s President and CEO, Patty McIlreavy, the panel discussed how COVID-19 changed the giving landscape over the past three years and explored future needs. Speakers discussed the difficult nature of the intersection of COVID-19 with disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies, as well as the positive trends that emerged because of the high needs stemming from the pandemic. They also explored the damage that COVID-19 wrought beyond the immediate morbidity and mortality, including poverty, hunger and mental health.
CDP President and CEO Patty McIlreavy moderated the discussion and panelists included:
- Amy K. Liebman, MPA, MA, Chief Program Officer: Workers, Environment and Climate, Migrant Clinicians Network
- Alyson Niemann, MPA, Executive Director, Mindful Philanthropy
- Julien Schopp, Vice President, Humanitarian Policy and Practice, InterAction