Anchorage nonprofits navigate uncertain times amid pandemic

Anchorage nonprofits navigate uncertain times amid pandemic

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The sector employs 44,000 Alaskans.

“From now new people who are unemployed to healthcare, to childcare to all of those and then there are whole sets of non-profits that have had to close their doors in the name of public health who are trying to figure out how to safely reopen,” Laurie Wolf, president of The Foraker Group said. “And what does that even mean, organizations are all over the place.”

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