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Powering Through COVID-19 - WEBINAR
Thursdays through May 7, 2020
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. 
Presented by Danosky & Associates 

As we enter an unprecedented phase due to the circumstances of COVID-19, nonprofits are being stretched and challenged in ways they have never encountered. Most nonprofits, their executive directors and boards have never encountered anything like this and are just struggling to keep afloat — never mind planning for contingencies, fundraising or thinking about the future. This series offers resources and even a roadmap relative to how to survive and eventually emerge stronger than ever. Register for one or more sessions:
  • April 16 - Fundraising – What to do now and what to do later
    When is the right time to fundraise or to cultivate only? Learn how to engage with your donors and how to appeal during this crisis — and gear-up once the crisis has subsided. 
  • April 23 - The Board’s Role During a Crisis
    Every board and board member should be stepping up to help the nonprofit they serve to weather the storm and stay on course. Learn how.
  • April 30 - Communications During the Corona Virus
    Learn how to segment stakeholders, what to communicate, how frequently to communicate and how to use different tones of voice in your communications to most effectively engage your audience. 
  • May 7 - Financial Scenario Planning
    What are your assumptions and how do you plan in an evolving situation?
    Learn how to articulate and evaluate the different implications of each assumption; how to assess the financial implications and illustrate setting up excel spreadsheets to run different scenarios.
REGISTER NOW

Stressed to the Max? 15 Minutes, Just for YOU! - WEBINAR
Bi-weekly on Tuesdays through May 19

10:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. 
With Life Coach Millie Grenough 

Life Coach Millie Grenough, author of Oasis in the Overwhelm™, for easy-to-do tips on how to re-tune YOURSELF even when you have 20 things you “must” do right this minute. Join your working-from-home colleagues to relax, refresh, re-charge.
REGISTER FOR APRIL 21
REGISTER FOR MAY 5
REGISTER FOR MAY 19

COVID-19 Resources for Nonprofits 

Check our website for an evolving list of links to government programs providing financial assistance for organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic, including resources to help nonprofits navigate the different programs.
SEE LIST OF RESOURCES FOR NONPROFITS

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Open Streets Summit Draft Agenda

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Local Initiatives Support Corporation

Dismantling Structural Racism in Community Development Finance

In an opinion piece for ImpactAlpha, LISC COO Annie Donovan draws on the expertise she honed as head of the CDFI Fund to illustrate the layered ways that BIPOC community development entities are locked out of federal tax credit allocations and other resources. "The disproportionate results reflect the same deeply seated structural barriers that prevent minority-owned enterprises from accessing credit in other parts of the economy," she writes, explaining that Congress, and the rest of us, must help remedy this inequity. 

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