Resource hub for MACC network members and nonprofit human-serving organizations.
We also know this outbreak is likely to raise some unique operational and service delivery concerns for our MACC network members as nonprofit, human-serving organizations.
Below are some resources, grouped in three focus areas, to help you think through policies you might consider, and what to plan for to ensure your community, staff, and organization are prepared and safe. The three areas are:
Below is a list of webinars or other online conversations about COVID-19 response. We'll try to keep this updated as frequently as possible.
CALL: MCN Call with the Governor's Office: Human ServicesMonday, April 6th, 2020, 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
The Governor's Office will host a weekly call for MCN members and nonprofits every Monday through April 20. Although each call will focus on a specific sector of nonprofits, we anticipate the information shared will intersect between activity areas. Anyone is welcome to register and join. Questions for the Governor's Office will be gathered ahead of time by MCN's Public Policy and Minnesota Budget Project teams. Register now.
Webinar: Alliance for Strong Families and Communities: From Sustainability to Survivability: How Nonprofits Can Manage Uncertainty Amid Crisis
March 31 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. CT
Human services community-based organizations continue to operate amid the COVID-19 pandemic, balancing constituent service with social distancing. Yet, many spring fundraisers have been cancelled and fund development plans must be retooled. As organizations look to maintain operations, payrolls, or both while revenue is decreasing, there are steps they can take to increase likelihood of success. Register.
Webinar: National Council of Nonprofits: Federal Coronavirus Relief Bills: What Do They Mean for Nonprofits?
Tuesday, March 31 at 3:30 pm Eastern
The networks of the National Council of Nonprofits are hosting a national presentation to help all in the charitable community understand the various provisions of the two laws and what they mean for nonprofits. Register.
Online Briefing: Small Business Assistance Constituent Briefing Registration with Representative Craig
Mar 31, 2020 06:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)
This briefing will feature U.S. Representative Angie Craig, President of the Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce Maureen Scallen-Faillor, and Acting Director of the Minnesota Office of the Small Business Administration Brian McDonald. They will discuss assistance available to small business owners through the recently enacted CARES Act as well as other available resources. Register.
Webinar: Alliance for Strong Families and Communities: A Conversation with Washington State Executives at the Forefront of the Pandemic
April 2 from Noon-1 p.m. CT
Join three CEOs from organizations in Washington state to learn how COVID-19 has affected their operations and mission impact as well as how they continue to maneuver the pandemic, which is increasingly affecting other cities and states. To support colleagues across the country, these leaders will share their learnings and will also be available to answer questions from participants. Register.
Webinar: Alliance for Strong Families and Communities: Program and Service Continuity Through Telehealth
April 2 from 10-11 a.m. CT
Learn how OhioGuidestone leveraged the changes in restrictions to telehealth to provide program and service continuity throughout Ohio. This webinar will briefly review changes around Medicare and Medicaid that allow for virtual opportunities. Register.
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities: Member Discussion Board
The member discussion, COVID-19 Preparedness and Response, recognizes that community-based human service organizations need specialized support and can benefit from sharing solutions with oneanother regarding potential risks with so much of our work being done in people’s homes, congregate and group settings, and in the community.
Once logged into the Alliance’s online community, the discussion will be in the left-hand sidebar of your dashboard. All staff at Alliance member organizations may access the discussion and online learning community by creating an account.
Subscribe to or bookmark reliable sources so you can stay up to date on outbreak details and find information and recommendations on what actions to take.
Philanthropy and government funders are making some opportunities avialble for funding or other supports to help nonprofits repsond to and support their communities through this crisis:
Help Inform your community, provide reliable, accurate information, and ensure that you can continue to provide necessary resources during a time of potential increased demand – and definite stress and disruption.
Help inform your staff and provide them with the resources and information they need to continue being effective in their day to day roles while managing the disruption of this outbreak.
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