The Next Normal - The Future for Nonprofits In A Post-Pandemic World

The Next Normal – The Future for Nonprofits In A Post-Pandemic World

Julia Claire Campbell Nonprofits, Social Media Leave a Comment

When I created this series for the Nonprofit Social Media Nerds, I didn’t choose my words wisely.

“Post-pandemic world” – What does that mean? Will we ever get there?

We certainly aren’t there yet.

These conversations were intended to bring together emerging and known thought leaders and practitioners in the sector, to discuss the current climate and ideas to navigate the future.

We don’t have crystal balls.

We don’t have a guidebook for this.

But we can be hopeful, thoughtful, and intentional.

We can ask better questions about the “next normal”.

What should we be looking for?

What should we bring with us from the “before times” and what can we leave behind?

I hope you will watch these discussions and leave your thoughts in the comments, or email them to me at – I would love to hear from you.

Episode 1: What’s The Next Normal for Nonprofit Events? 

Episode 2: What’s The Next Normal for Nonprofit Fundraising? 

Episode 3: What’s The Next Normal for Nonprofit Volunteering and Work? 

Episode 4: What’s The Next Normal for Philanthropy and Foundations? 

Episode 5: What’s The Next Normal for Nonprofits? Wrap-up and recap 

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