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Coping With Covid Fatigue.

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  • Author(s): Rendon, Jim
  • Source:
    Chronicle of Philanthropy. Mar2021, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p6-14. 6p.
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      At many nonprofits, staff were able to work remotely,but that wasn't an option for Correa andher co-workers. But the people in those organizations -- leadersand staff alike -- have struggled to keep up, to balancetheir passion with the stress, trauma, and exhaustionbrought on by the changes the pandemichas wrought. One employee, who is a yoga teacher,offers online classes for other staff. Luma Mufleh, the group's CEO, decided to useher wellness grant for small perks for staff. [Extracted from the article]
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