The Council on Foundations maintains a compilation of local response funds dedicated to supporting nonprofits and individuals in the community.
The CDC maintains a portal on mitigation steps for nonprofits and community organizations.
State Government Actions
Several organizations have shared how to apply for available grants, loans, funding opportunities, and financial assistance:
Several organizations have provided resources and technology for nonprofits organizations, public sector agencies, and the funder community:
Several organizations are organizing webinars and virtual events to help the nonprofit community:
Here are some examples of how organizations on the frontlines of good are connecting with their communities:
Here are some data and technology resources as you navigate your organization's response to COVID-19:
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) became law on March 27th, 2020. Several provisions included in the Act are applicable to nonprofits and tax-exempt organizations. Find more information here.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) will allow tax-exempt organizations with up to 500 employees to apply for low-interest loans of up to $10 million, generally to cover payroll costs, rent, or employer group health care benefits. These loans may be forgiven if staffing levels are maintained through June 30th.
Eligible nonprofits may apply for low-interest loans of up to $2 million and rapid response grants of $10,000. Loans may be used to provide paid sick leave, maintain payroll, pay rent or mortgage payments, or to meet increased costs of obtaining materials unavailable due to interrupted supply chains. Payments may be deferred for four years.
Large nonprofits (with 500 to 10,000 employees), alternatively, may apply to low-interest loans with deferred payments for the first six months.
Charitable Giving Incentives & Payroll Tax Credits
The annual caps on annual tax-deductible contributions for corporations and individuals who itemize have been raised. Furthermore, a refundable payroll tax credit of up to $5,000 for each employee on payroll is available, if the nonprofit is not receiving emergency SBA loan relief and has experienced greater than 50% drop in revenue.
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We help case managers identify best practices for program success and participants at the point of intake.
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This guide will show you what we consider some "Best Practices" for form structure within our systems.
This video reviews Creating Forms from Templates within Social Solutions software.
Social Solutions has developed four screening forms that can be found in our template library and used in any Social Solutions database.
If you’re an existing client, reach out to your client success manager to learn about Intake and Connect features, upgrade opportunities or how we can support your organization and mission during this time.
If you’re not a client, feel free to contact us if you have any questions or get a demo and take advantage of our grant matching opportunity.
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