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Charities innovate to meet the challenges of covid-19

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NBC News Technology Correspondent Jacob Ward explores how charitable organizations have adapted throughout the covid-19 pandemic to effectively reach the communities they serve. He is joined by GivingTuesday CEO Asha Curran, President and CEO of Team Rubicon Art delaCruz, and President of the Child Mind Institute Dr. Harold Koplewicz. (Visionaries is sponsored by Accenture)