Building a Resilient Nonprofit Sector After COVID-19: An Alberta Strategy for Community Prosperity

Right now, there is an opportunity to create a Community Prosperity Strategy. No single economic recovery plan will be enough – a partnership among diverse sectors can promote continuous improvement for all sectors. CCVO has developed a working list of recommendations for the provincial government, the private sector, nonprofit stakeholders and funders. Please let us know which of these recommendations would be helpful for your organization's recovery. With this feedback from multiple sectors, we can collaboratively build recommendations for an Alberta Community Prosperity Strategy.

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* 1. Please rank these draft recommendations for the provincial government in order of importance, with 1 being the most important and 6 being the least important.

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* 2. Please list additional suggested recommendations for the provincial government.

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* 3. Please rank these draft recommendations for the private sector in order of importance, with 1 being the most important and 5 being the least important.

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* 4. Please list additional suggested recommendations for the private sector.

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* 5. Please rank these draft recommendations for funders and other stakeholders in order of importance, with 1 being the most important and 4 being the least important.

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* 6. Please list additional suggested recommendations for funders and other stakeholders.

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* 7. Do you have recommendations on how the nonprofit sector could support a successful recovery?

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* 8. Please use this space to share any other ideas or comments on building a multi-sectoral Alberta Community Prosperity Strategy:

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* 9. How would you best categorize your organization?

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