Council of Nonprofits in the News


Nonprofits suffering financially during pandemic as donations, revenues drop

With so many organizations impacted by the pandemic, more than 4,000 nonprofits from 50 states have signed a petition calling on Congress to provide more support.

Tags: Economic Impact, COVID-19

Senate Stimulus Bill Would Expand Loans for Charities but Omits Other Nonprofit Priorities

The Senate Republicans' new economic stimulus bill would allow some nonprofits to apply for a second round of Paycheck Protection Program loans and provide other benefits to charities, according to a preliminary analysis by the National Council...

Tags: COVID-19, #Relief4Charities

Stakes for Nonprofits Are High as States and Localities Confront Fiscal Cliff

In the Times, Tim Delaney, president of the National Council on Nonprofits, reminds Kulish that nonprofits roughly get half of their revenues from earned income...

Tags: Government-Nonprofit Contracting, New York, COVID-19

Providing a Pandemic Safety Net, Nonprofits Need Their Own

“People who used to donate to nonprofits are now standing in line to receive services, which tells you while demand is soaring the resources are plummeting,” said Tim Delaney, president and chief executive of the National Council of Nonprofits....

Tags: COVID-19

Some Nonprofits Hail Paycheck Protection Program as a 'Savior'; Others See Layoffs Continue

Rick Cohen, chief operating officer at the National Council of Nonprofits, said in an email to the Chronicle of Philanthropy that he wasn't surprised that the Paycheck Protection Program was having such a disparate impact on nonprofits...

Tags: COVID-19, Economic Impact

Religious Groups and Schools Got the Most PPP Loans

However, Tim Delaney, president and CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, cautioned that the data released by the Small Business Administration is riddled with inaccuracies that make it hard to gauge the true impact of the loan program and...

Tags: COVID-19

Congress Approves Nonprofit Cash Flow Help

“With a master stroke of bipartisanship, the House today acted to partially reduce the panic that many nonprofits will experience this month when dozens of states send out massive invoices for unemployment compensation costs,” ...

Tags: COVID-19, Unemployment

A charitable update

The charitable sector is still full of worries about the tax cut’s impact.

Tags: Charitable Giving, COVID-19

How a Small Charity Pivoted to Get Food to Those Hit by Covid Shutdowns

Ms. Risley believes the key to the success of Food Runners is that it “gives people a chance to do something for their fellow San Franciscans.” The work is hands-on.

Tags: COVID-19, Community Impact

City Cited a School for Feeding Protesters

In an email to the Weekly, Tim Delaney, the president and CEO of the National Council of Nonprofits, wrote that certain nonprofits—such as soup kitchens or museums—will likely have permits in place because serving food is part of their mission-...


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