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Prioritizing community goals in our new decade following the difficult experiences of the pandemic

A team of FF consulting professionals recently partnered together to enhance the organization’s volunteering capabilities and measurement of community service.

The past year has challenged businesses, communities, institutions and society itself in many unexpected ways. COVID-related hospitalizations soared, unemployment skyrocketed, businesses shuttered and schools suspended in-class learning across the nation. Alongside the pandemic and its economic fallout, a social justice movement shook the country and focused our attention on racial and economic inequities pervasive in our society — inequities that in many ways were exposed and exacerbated by the coronavirus. Yet if you want to find a silver lining amid the many dismal events of 2020, the year left many individuals and organizations asking what more they can do to have a positive societal impact and then take constructive action towards that goal.

The Friendship Fellowship wants to take the initiative to identify new ways to serve and see the present time as an opportunity to drive positive healing change by offering pro bono consulting services to non-profit organizations. In many ways, the consequences of the coronavirus, and the inequities we are confronted with today, are best addressed at the community level.

Let us know your area of expertise and interest in helping us outreach to cities and organizations. Offering a variety of services we can all contribute towards making a difference.

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