Minnesota nonprofits hit hard by COVID-19 begin long road to recovery

Minnesota nonprofits hit hard by COVID-19 begin long road to recovery

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While more than 9,000 nonprofits in Minnesota are seeing brighter days after a difficult 2020, many are just starting out on the long road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fewer nonprofits are cutting staff or facing financial distress. And a third of the respondents in a new survey say they've seen a spike in donations and grants recently, according to a report released this month by the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits.

It's what Jon Pratt, executive director of the Council of Nonprofits, is calling the "signs-of-the-recovery phase. Communities need these organizations and fortunately, for the vast majority, they're coming back."

At the same time, some nonprofit leaders are bracing for donor fatigue after an outpouring of generosity in 2020.

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