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Arts organizations take different paths to surviving the pandemic

“If the financial markets remain good, organizations with endowments – particularly if they’re unrestricted – will have enough cash, volunteer organizations can pop back up when they’re ready,” said Sheila Bravo, president and CEO of the ...

Tags: Delaware, Arts, COVID-19
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NC nonprofits struggling amid COVID-19 crisis just as services are needed most

 “There are so many nonprofits that need a lot of help right now and need different types of help,” said David Heinen, Vice President for Public Policy and Advocacy for the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits.

Tags: North Carolina, Nonprofit Impact, COVID-19
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Nonprofits at “Breaking Point”

The study was produced by the Nonprofit Association of Oregon, Portland State University’s Nonprofit Institute, Mercy Corps Northwest and Oregon Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters.

Tags: Oregon, COVID-19
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North Carolina nonprofits face revenue, supply, volunteer shortages

About 75 percent of nonprofit organizations started to face revenue challenges in March, only weeks into the COVID-19 outbreak, according to a survey of members conducted by the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits (NCCN).

Tags: North Carolina, Nonprofit Impact, COVID-19
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Lamont is guarding reserves for recession to come. Critics say he’s prioritizing austerity over COVID response

Gian-Carl Casa, president and CEO of the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, said the two forms of assistance aren’t remotely related.

Tags: Connecticut, COVID-19, State Budgets
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Large Nonprofits Struggle to Provide Services While Locked Out of Pandemic Aid

Bryan Zarou, director of public policy and advocacy at Forefront, a statewide association representing grant-makers and nonprofit organizations, said that while philanthropic organizations...

Tags: COVID-19, Illinois
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National Association of State Workforce Agencies and National Council of Nonprofits Joint Statement on Signing of the Protecting Nonprofits from Catastrophic Cash Flow Strain Act

In response to the President’s signing of the Protecting Nonprofits from Catastrophic Cash Flow Strain Act (S.4209), National Association of State Workforce Agencies Executive Director Scott Sanders and National Council of Nonprofits President...

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Tags: Unemployment, COVID-19
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Nonprofits in trouble: One-third of organizations may not survive pandemic, recession

“Human service organizations, shelter and food programs are stretched because there’s just greater demand for those services as people become unemployed and families have need,” said Glen O’Gilvie, chief executive of the Center for Nonprofit...

Tags: Washington DC, COVID-19
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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

Jewish charities fear budget cuts are coming as New York State slows government aid

“Some of those cuts may be retroactive, which means organizations may not get paid for the work that they’ve done,” said Chai Jindasurat, the police director at Nonprofit New York, an organization that represents 1,500 nonprofit organizations,...

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

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