Corporate Citizenship Awards: Nationwide, CMHA, Feazel & Robert Weiler Co. lead 2022 honorees

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This has been, to put it mildly, a rough couple years for our region’s nonprofits. The pandemic has led to much greater need across a wide swath of areas served by charitable organizations, while at the same time, resources have been stretched thin by disruptions to fundraising and a job market that has been particularly troublesome for a sector not known for its high pay.

This can been seen in an annual survey by the Human Service Chamber of Franklin County, which collected responses from 89 of its members this spring. It concluded that the health and human services sector is, “holding up, but needs considerable help with old challenges persisting and new ones emerging fast.”

The survey found about half of respondents are expecting to come up short in the revenue they need this year to meet the demand they’re seeing in the community. On the workforce side, the 89 nonprofits responding to the survey reported 1,943 open positions. 

Read the full article here.


Jun 24, 2022


Doug Buchanan


Columbus Business First

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