15 Rules for Slowing COVID-19 were released by The White House and Center for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday as a set of “Guidelines” that Americans should follow to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Today they indicated that these “Guidelines” should be considered “Rules.” Here are the 15 RULES: CLICK FOR THE 15 CORONAVIRUS GUIDELINES RELEASED BY THE CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND THE WHITE HOUSE Here are the 15 Rules: 1. […]
Nonprofits Are Infected – We Have The Vaccine unveils the inoculation developed a DECADE AGO for the nonprofit virus currently infecting the charitable sector. While the coronavirus pandemic is a surprise for everyone, National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) has known for years that most nonprofits are not positioned to weather a major downturn in the economy.
Federal CARES Act for Nonprofits skips pleasantries and goes straight to explaining how particular provisions in new coronavirus-related federal legislation may be beneficial to the work of most charitable nonprofits, sector-wide. Other provisions in the bill may help charitable nonprofits operating in certain subsectors (e.g., arts, education, hospitals), but this article does not address those. Federal CARES Act for Nonprofits (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) Last night, the actual legislative language of the […]
CARES Act for Nonprofits – Friday, March 27, the Congress passed and the President signed into law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2 trillion economic stimulus package legislated to provide immediate relief for nonprofits, businesses, individuals and state and local governments.