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For Many Hawaii Companies, The Pandemic Has Changed Work Forever

Lisa Maruyama, executive director of the Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations, said the pandemic has made her realize that she is personally way more productive at home.

Tags: Hawai`i, Workplaces, Employment
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Nonprofit Job Loss Climbing Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic

Marnie Taylor, President and CEO for the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits says, “People think of us as oh those charities, and oh those little things but we are huge employers, so when you lose 8% of a sector that was 10% of the workforce it has a...

Tags: Oklahoma, Employment, Nonprofit Impact
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Nonprofit coalition will work to get underrepresented communities involved in MI redistricting

The Michigan Nonprofit Association said it is working with a coalition to get underrepresented communities in Michigan involved in the redistricting process.

Tags: Michigan, Redistricting
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Nonprofits Make Their Case To Lexington City Council

Lexington’s nonprofit community spelled out financial concerns to city council members last week.  Kentucky Nonprofit Network CEO Danielle Clore says there’s often a persistent need for more operating revenues. 

Tags: Kentucky, Nonprofit Impact
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Nonprofits hit hard by COVID-19, look for new income alternatives

Sarah Skillin Woodard of the Maine Association of Nonprofits said many in Maine's large nonprofit sectors are wrestling with those same financial problems.

Tags: Maine, #Relief4Charities, COVID-19
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Schumer commits to expanding PPP eligibility for larger nonprofits, political advocacy orgs

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer on Friday said he would work to expand the Paycheck Protection Program to nonprofits with more than 500 employees in future COVID relief legislation.

Tags: New York, COVID-19, #Relief4Charities, Unemployment
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Q&A: Michigan nonprofits facing ‘uncertain environment’ in pandemic

Many of Michigan’s nonprofits struggled in 2020, as the pandemic pressured budgets, volunteers and operations, says Donna Murray-Brown, president and CEO of the ...

Tags: Michigan, COVID-19
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'Godfather' of Minnesota's nonprofit movement steps down

"If there was a Mount Rushmore for nonprofit leaders, I know Jon Pratt would be there," said Tim Delaney, CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based National Council of Nonprofits.

Tags: Minnesota, Leadership
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Gov. Beshear directs more than $50 million in CARES Act funding for relief in unemployment costs

“This relief will help nearly 1,000 nonprofits keep their doors open to maintain services and meet the urgent needs of Kentuckians,” said Danielle Clore, chief executive officer for the Kentucky Nonprofit Network. “We appreciate Gov.

Tags: Kentucky, Unemployment, COVID-19, #Relief4Charities
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Nonprofits fear minimum wage hike without accompanying rise in state contract pay

“When we think about raising wages, we think that’s a good thing, but the question is: How do these things get paid for,” says Sheila Bravo, CEO of the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement.

Tags: Delaware, Minimum Wage

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