Nonprofits and the Coronavirus Pandemic: Enduring These Challenging Times to Serve Tomorrow
Join us for an interactive webinar:
Nonprofits and the Coronavirus Pandemic:
Enduring these challenging times to serve tomorrow
May 15, 2020
9:30 - 10:30 am ET
People often lean on their local nonprofits during challenging times, but how do nonprofits serve those who need it most when their operations have been upended? During this webinar, we will attempt to answer your concerns in regard to the CARES Act and how to endure the impact of COVID-19.
Our presenters will provide insight into the state of the nonprofit sector for small and medium sized organizations. Plus we will discuss HR issues that nonprofits may be facing for the first time such as laying off their staff. Understanding the importance of donor engagement during this challenging time, we will also provide insight into how nonprofits can communicate and plan for the urgent, mid- and long-term needs of the organization.
To answer as many questions as possible, we ask attendees to pre-submit their questions during the registration process. There will also be a Q&A session at the end of the presentation. Please understand, during these evolving times, we may not have answers to all questions and an answer provided today may change tomorrow.
- Edward G. Scherer, CPA, Partner, H2R CPA
- Jeff Wolstoncroft, CPA, Senior Manager, H2R CPA
- Laurie Kuzneski, Director of Marketing & Wellness, Kuzneski Insurance Group
- Kate McKenzie, DSc., CAP®, Assistant Director of Development, The Pittsburgh Foundation
- Amy B. Razem, CAP®, Senior Development Officer, The Pittsburgh Foundation
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Register Now! Note: The information provided on this webinar does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal, human resource, and/or accounting advice. All information, content, and materials provided during the webinar are for general informational purposes only and may not constitute the most up-to-date legal, human resource, and/or accounting information. Participants should contact their attorney, business advisor, and/or CPA to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal, business, and/or tax matter.