On Friday, the United Way of Central Florida and the Give Well Community Foundation announced the United Community Relief Fund.
The Charlotte Community Foundation held a conference call Friday and various nonprofits, churches and businesses participated. The goal was to share information and work together as a team to setup a central location for residents seeking help.
The Forum encourages all PSOs to reach out this week to your Members of Congress and share a letter urging them to include nonprofits in COVID-19 related stimulus legislation.
HTC2020 and partners are highlighting the importance of a fair and accurate 2020 Census during this challenging time, and lifting up the resources available on its map to help inspire Americans to fill out the 2020 Census form on their own.
Over the last few weeks, NPQ has joined others in looking for a solid indication from philanthropy that it will act on the understanding that there is cataclysmic potential for harm and opportunity as we face a pandemic, a recession, and the potential for political transformation at the same time.
Nonprofits are facing new fundraising obstacles from the COVID-19 pandemic. This article explores some strategies to help maintain fundraising efforts during this crisis.
The idea of having a pandemic policy never occurred to most Northeast Florida nonprofits. Now such policies are being developed.
Season of Sharing is poised to help local individuals and families with immediate needs such as utilities, child care and rent payments, but in this case to respond to the impacts of the coronavirus.
A blog post about a philanthropic pledge launched by the a coalition of national foundations and organizations.
I am writing to thank you for the opportunity to serve as your President & CEO for these past three-plus years, and to announce I am transitioning from FPN at the end of March.