The article refers that crises can present moments of opportunity for brave action simultaneously developing new perspectives and priorities. Currently what matters most is to ensure that the most vulnerable in our society are not disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The article indicates that all foundations have to communicate to their grantees, that they are committed to maintaining the organizations for an extended period of time and will even encourage organizations endowments to provide support for frontline responders and direct service providers. Finally, philanthropy should also use whatever influence it has on state and municipal governments to ensure that contract funding continues to flow. Read more here.