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
This webinar was co-sponsored by Giving Compass, PEAK Grantmaking, Philanthropy New York and Grantmakers in Health.
Please see the slide deck, read the recap on Giving Compass and watch the webinar recording to learn more: