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.
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.
On March 18, 2020, the Forum signed on to a second letter that asks Congress to provide an infusion of $60 billion in capital to America’s charitable nonprofits.
The school was selected to participate in the Margin & Mission Ignition, an initiative of the The Patterson Foundation.
Philanthropy can serve as a trusted resource for actionable communications that lead with empathy and support grantees to prevent the spread of disease, preserve well-being, maintain social cohesion, and respond to economic hardship.
The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties is seeing remarkable financial support for its newly created COVID-19 Response Fund. In the first 72 hours, the foundation raised nearly $700,000.
The fund will make grants to nonprofits serving Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties to meet needs not covered by insurance, FEMA or other state and federal programs.