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Equity Benchmarking Survey Results

Results of the Equity Benchmarking Survey to be released soon

In a few weeks, the Equitable Recovery Collective will be releasing the results of the Equity Benchmarking Survey. More than 1,600 charity and nonprofit leaders completed this survey, which focused on how organizations are integrating equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) into their work, the role of equity working groups in advancing EDI, the factors that enable and hinder organizations as they seek to apply EDI principles, and the role of leadership in moving this work forward. This survey is an initiative of the Equitable Recovery Collective.

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