State Associations in the News

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About a third of all nonprofit workers in Minnesota have filed for unemployment during COVID-19

Minnesota’s 390,000 nonprofit workers make up 14% of the state’s workforce. But the 63,000 nonprofit workers who had their hours or jobs cut in April represented 19% of the state’s initial unemployment claims.

Tags: Minnesota, Nonprofit Impact, Unemployment, COVID-19
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Nonprofit theaters see revenues evaporate as they wait for reopening guidance

The pandemic has hit pretty much all nonprofits in the state, but arts organizations are in a particularly precarious position, said Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance.

Tags: Arts, Connecticut, COVID-19
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Coronavirus pandemic plunges Tucson nonprofits into fiscal quagmire

According to a June 11 survey of 488 respondents from the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, fundraising and program cancellations due to COVID-19 have cost Arizona nonprofits nearly $53 million in lost revenue.

Tags: Arizona, COVID-19
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Colorado nonprofits struggle to stay afloat as pandemic captures funders’ attention, dollars

The picture of the economic toll on Colorado’s nonprofits should become more clear as the year goes on, said Renny Fagan, president and CEO of the Colorado Nonprofit Association.

Tags: Colorado, COVID-19
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Nonprofits face toxic combo: rising demand, falling revenue

Massachusetts nonprofits reported losing more than $8.6 billion in revenues because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and more than half said in a recent survey that they’ve made reductions to their workforce.

Tags: Massachusetts, COVID-19
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Nonprofit sector faces long and difficult recovery process

According to a recent survey from the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, fundraising and program cancellations as a result of COVID-19 have cost Arizona nonprofits an estimated $53 million in lost revenue (as of June 11).

Tags: Arizona, COVID-19
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Anchorage nonprofits navigate uncertain times amid pandemic

The sector employs 44,000 Alaskans.

Tags: Alaska, COVID-19
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How Sen. Mike Lee intends to boost charitable giving amid coronavirus pandemic

Contributions to charities have dropped dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic.

“It’s been devastating,” said Kate Rublacava, CEO of the Utah Nonprofits Association.

Tags: Utah, Charitable Giving Incentives
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Concern from comptroller over late contracts with non-profits

Chief Executive Officer of the New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc., Doug Sauer, echoes DiNapoli, saying non-profits who have contracts with state agencies were already being squeezed.

Tags: New York, Government-Nonprofit Contracting
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Montana Nonprofit Association helping organizations work through COVID-19

Since COVID-19 reached Montana, nonprofits have faced the social services challenges heads-on.heads on to help those in need.

Tags: Montana, COVID-19

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