Search articles in Philanthropy Covid-19 Coverage

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  • 7 Low-Cost Ways to Stay Connected With Donors

    • Apr 16, 2020
    • Isa Catto

  • Ask an Expert: Should Fundraisers Talk About Planned Giving During the Crisis?

    • Apr 16, 2020
    • Eden Stiffman

    Planned gifts are a way for donors to leave meaningful contributions to the charities they care about after they die. Even in the best of times, broaching the topic requires sensitivity and tact.

  • How the New $300 ‘Universal’ Deduction Works

    • Apr 15, 2020
    • Alex Daniels and Michael Theis

  • Nonprofit Tech Outfits Offer Solutions During Pandemic

    • Apr 15, 2020
    • Michael Theis

    Tech-focused nonprofits have had to quickly adapt to the global coronavirus pandemic. Many, particularly in the education-software field, have pivoted to allow free emergency access to their resources. Others are trying to build tools to better diagnose and track the spread of the disease.

  • Fundraisers Urged to Seize Opportunities During Current Crisis

    • Apr 15, 2020
    • Dan Parks

    Fundraising will be tough in the current environment with so many people out of work, or fearing they will be soon, but one expert is urging nonprofits to hit the gas nonetheless.

  • Foundations and Donors Step Up Grants to Help Workers Hurt by the Pandemic

    • Apr 14, 2020
    • Alex Daniels

    In the coronavirus era, the heroes drive delivery trucks, bag groceries, and clean hospital floors. As those employees have stayed on the job, risking their lives to ensure others can stay comfortable in seclusion, a new movement is underway to help those workers.

  • Facing Financial Stress, Nonprofits Lay Off Workers

    • Apr 13, 2020
    • Jim Rendon

  • Chronicle Advice on How to Respond to Covid-19

    • Apr 10, 2020
    • Tool Kit

  • A Blow to Nonprofit Workers: Sweeping layoffs could come just when services are most needed.

    • Mar 31, 2020
    • Jim Rendon

    The coronavirus pandemic, and the social and economic damage it leaves in its wake, is laying bare the nonprofit world’s lack of investment in organizations’ operations and their people.