COVID-19 has presented unique and significant challenges to nonprofits' abilities to serve their constituents, especially people of color and underrepresented minorities. Research suggests that underserved communities are disproportionately impacted by COVID, thus taxing the nonprofits whose missions are to support them. Meanwhile, due to the economic burden of COVID, experts predict that one-third of nonprofits will not survive the pandemic.

Hosted by Julie Rosen, leader of WittKieffer's Not-for-Profit Practice, this discussion looks at the role of not-for-profit foundations in the COVID era and their relation to diversity, equity and inclusion in today's society.

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