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COVID-19 Is Even Deadlier If You’re Black

By: Stacey D. Stewart, President and CEO for March of Dimes; COVID-19 Is Even Deadlier If You’re Black, And I Want To Change That - About a month ago, one of my relatives contracted novel virus and survived. One of my dearest friends also got COVID-19, and they did not. It was devastating. I wish [...]

April 22, 2020|

Mental Health Challenges During COVID-19

Mental Health Challenges During COVID-19 These unprecedented times are having an outsized impact on those with mental health challenges. Social distancing can cause even greater isolation and loneliness. During our March Perspectives on Social Determinants of Health Panel Breakfast in Cleveland, Archie Green, a mental health advocate, hip hop artist and founder of Peel Dem Layers [...]

April 21, 2020|

Ways to Give Back on #GivingTuesdayNow and All Year Long

Ways to Give Back on #GivingTuesdayNow and All Year Long Whether it’s Coronavirus, a natural disaster or #GivingTuesday, it’s always a good time to give back, engage your employees, demonstrate your company’s commitment, and support your community. Here are a few easy ways to get involved: Make a corporate gift to our Coronavirus Resiliency Fund. Start [...]

April 17, 2020|

5 Keys to Preparing for the Next Pandemic

By: Peter Dudley; 5 Keys to Preparing for the Next Pandemic - Every nonprofit I know is hurting right now. I don’t have to tell you how COVID-19 has devastated—and continues to devastate—the sector. I’ve been one of the lucky ones. I work for an organization that will not only survive this long downturn, but [...]

April 16, 2020|

Sante Fe Family Life Center Assist workers during COVID-19

Sante Fe Family Life Center Assist workers during COVID-19 Basketball courts turned into a factory for assembling face shields and masks. Our nonprofit partner Sante Fe Family Life Center (SFFLC) is helping frontline workers get the personal protective equipment they need. SFFLC turned their basketball courts -- space normally would reserved for sports -- into a [...]

April 16, 2020|

Engage Your Employees with Easy Virtual Volunteer Ideas During Coronavirus

Engage Your Employees with Easy Virtual Volunteer Ideas During Coronavirus Virtual volunteering is a great way to get engaged and give back to your community during COVID-19. Whether it’s National Volunteer Month in April or all year-long, there’s never been a better time to get started. Check out these easy, interactive virtual volunteering opportunities in our [...]

April 13, 2020|

Survey says: 73% of nonprofits canceled a fundraising event due to COVID19

Survey says: 73% of nonprofits canceled a fundraising event due to COVID19 In early March, CHC conducted a survey of nonprofit partners, identifying the impact coronavirus has on their ability to fulfill their missions. Of the 331 nonprofits who responded, 73% had already canceled a fundraising event due to COVID-19. The cumulative financial loss to these nonprofit [...]

April 13, 2020|

Honest Thoughts from a Frontline Fundraiser

By: Peter Dudley; Honest Thoughts from a Frontline Fundraiser - It’s hard being a fundraising officer at a nonprofit right now. Especially for smaller organizations that rely on individual donations, fundraising events, and local business sponsorships. A survey of nonprofits done by Community Health Charities recently showed that nonprofits expect to lose hundreds of millions [...]

April 7, 2020|

Spread Kindness this World Autism Month

Spread Kindness this World Autism Month April is World Autism Month. This is an opportunity to spread awareness about those on the autism spectrum as well as share resources. Our nonprofit partner Autism Speaks has a kindness campaign with a goal of creating a kinder, more inclusive world for people with autism. Check out these resources to [...]

April 2, 2020|