The entire economy has taken a hit. Even those who still have jobs don’t know how long they will last. Bars and restaurants are struggling to stay open as gatherings are prohibited. Even church is feeling the pinch with no in-person services. Giving has been affected across all nonprofit sectors, from blood donation centers to houses of worship.
Money is tight, but people still want to give. People are turning to some pretty creative means to stay connected during these difficult times, from watching live streams of churches and social organizations to video conferencing. As the way we do work, school, and worship changes, how will giving change to keep up? Learn more about giving during a pandemic from the infographic below.