COVID-19 and Canada’s Charities: An Existential Funding Crisis | Policy Magazine


Published: 22Jun2020

June 18, 2020 | From food banks to women’s shelters, the COVID-19 pandemic has left Canada’s charitable sector overstretched and underfunded like never before. Less funding means less operational capacity at a moment when demand for social services is anything but flattening. In this article, MPP student Jameson Voisin expresses how, without urgent intervention, COVID-19 may be the final straw for many of Canada's charitable organizations.

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