Navigating the effects of the Covid-19 economy on local nonprofits – from a philanthropic standpoint – An Interview with Pacific Business News

Executive Director Jan Harada recently spoke with Pacific Business News about how the Foundation pivoted during the pandemic to allow grantee organizations to redirect funds to where they were needed most. In the article, Jan explains how nonprofits can use the Foundation’s unrestricted grants for operational and capacity-building support as they weather the pandemic and serve the community.

“We’re really in it together. Every sector is needed to work together. Partnerships developing from this crisis are happening. There’s a lot of hope.”

Pacific Business News subscribers can read the full article here.


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