The pandemic has created increased demand and challenges for nonprofits in Northeast Ohio: Town Hall | The sound of ideas
Cleveland is the poorest significant city in the nation according to the current census information, and the pandemic has just increased the requirement for neighborhood resources. We talked about the present hardship landscape with neighborhood leaders in a virtual town hall in June, and this vacation week we believed it should have a 2nd hearing.
The discussion, entitled “Fighting Poverty During a Pandemic,” was hosted by ideastream’s Managing Producer of Health, Marlene Harris Taylor, and consisted of non-profit executives from throughout northeast Ohio.
The discussion concentrated on neighborhood leaders talking about how the pandemic has impacted the most susceptible in our location and how non-profit companies, neighborhood companies and regional authorities have actually stepped in to fulfill the increased demand for assistance. There was likewise a conversation about which spaces in the system still require to be closed.