How Nonprofits Can Utilize the New Federal Laws Dealing with COVID-19

How Nonprofits Can Utilize the New Federal Laws Dealing with COVID-19

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Last night, the actual legislative language of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill finally emerged, and within hours the Senate passed the CARES Act bill unanimously. As of this writing, the House is expected to vote on Friday, and the president has not signed it, so it is not law yet. But given the overwhelming need to get protections and relief in place immediately, everyone expects that the CARES Act bill will be the law of the land within days.

Knowing that charitable nonprofits and foundations across the country are eager and anxious to learn what’s in the 880-page economic stimulus bill, my organization put together an analysis summarizing the outcomes on issues of interest to nonprofits sector-wide. We have posted that analysis as a PDF on our website, Initial Analysis of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) (S. 748). For your convenience, Nonprofit Quarterly has posted it below as well.

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