In March, the Canadian Centre for Nonprofit Digital Resilience was launched. This organization has been set up to enable nonprofits to be more digitally enabled, using data and tech to advance their missions and increase impact. Many non-profits that want to make the digital leap find a struggle to bridge the gap.
The Centre has five co-founders and over 100 advisors including Humber Professor and Alumni, Brock Warner, Professor Aine McGlynn, and Fundraising Management PAC Member, Jason Shim. The Centre will convene working groups on research and knowledge mobilization, public policy, grantmaker practices, digital skills, and literacy, shared platforms, tools, and standards, vendor relationships, data standards and infrastructure, and access and connectivity.