Let us know how COVID-19 is affecting your nonprofit
Your stories made a difference. They inspired people to lend a hand or make a donation. And they made a difference in advocacy efforts locally and nationally, leading lawmakers to include nonprofits in the CARES Act and in many states’ relief funds. Stories you shared with us – and gave us permission to share more broadly – have appeared on the front page of The New York Times and in The Wall Street Journal, which in turn generated additional newspaper, radio, and television coverage. By lifting your voice to tell your story, you provided important real-world perspectives that, among other things, gave needed leverage for the House and Senate to pass a partial fix for nonprofits that self-insure for unemployment by unanimous consent. Your voice counts – not only for your nonprofit and not just for the broader nonprofit community, but also for the countless people who rely on nonprofits in this time of great need.
But we’re in a new world now. Closures have lasted longer than we could have imagined initially. Reserves have dried up, as have PPP loan funds. Millions more people are turning to nonprofits for assistance with everything from food security to mental health services. And, as the new Congress and Administration focus on the details of the next relief package while state and local policymakers make difficult decisions as their government budgets shrink drastically, stories of the currently unfolding conditions nonprofits encounter in 2021 still need to be told.
That’s why we ask and hope you will take a minute to share your nonprofit’s story with us so we can continue lifting up your stories and advocating for the solutions our communities need.
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How has the pandemic affected your nonprofit (select all that apply)
Expanded programs due to increased needs
Launched new services to meet community needs
Hired additional staff to meet community needs
Moved fundraising events online
Have seen decreased individual giving
Have seen government contracts/grants frozen or cut
Reduced employee salaries
Furloughed or laid off staff
Had to discontinue some services to the community
Have closed temporarily
Have closed permanently
Expect to close permanently
How have these changes affected the community your nonprofit serves?
Number of staff furloughed or laid off
Anticipated revenue loss or gain through end of 2020
Anticipated increased or decreased expenses through end of 2020
What new or increasing challenges are you seeing or do you anticipate in 2021?
If you could share one message with policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels, what would it be?
Can we share your story?
Yes - and you can identify me/my nonprofit
Yes, but without identification
Maybe, please contact me first.
Would you be willing to share your nonprofit's story with media?
Maybe, please contact me first
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