In their words: what’s in your nonprofit’s strategic plan?

As part of the Business Journal’s special feature on the Future of Nonprofits, we asked a number of Boston nonprofit leaders about the view in their looking glass — their current priorities, how the public and private sectors can help, and how fundraising has changed in the Covid era. Here’s what they told us:

What’s the most important item on your strategic plan right now?

“We have just instituted a new strategic plan that has the ambitious goal of not only creating magical, whimsical, transformational, and memorable experiences in our museum on the Fort Point Channel, but we are also aiming to reach many more children and families beyond our four walls, in their homes, schools and in their communities.”

— Carole Charnow, president and CEO, Boston Children’s Museum

“With the waning of the pandemic, we have not seen a decrease in the demand for food. From our legislative work, we know that housing and workforce development are still in demand.”

— John J. Drew, president and CEO, ABCD