COVID-19

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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
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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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Statement on House Passage of the Protecting Nonprofits from Catastrophic Cash Flow Strain Act

In response to the House’s unanimous consent passage of the Protecting Nonprofits from Catastrophic Cash Flow Strain Act, National Council of Nonprofits...

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Tags: COVID-19, Unemployment
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A charitable update

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

Tags: Charitable Giving, COVID-19
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Statement on Senate Passage of the Protecting Nonprofits from Catastrophic Cash Flow Strain Act

In response to the Senate's unanimous consent passage of the Protecting Nonprofits from Catastrophic Cash Flow Strain Act, National Council of Nonprofits President and CEO Tim Delaney issued the following statement:

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Tags: Unemployment, 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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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
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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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