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NPlace Presents: CARES Act Benefits for Nonprofits

 NPlace is bringing together industry leaders to share perspectives on the financial, legal and other short- and long-term benefits of the recent CARES Act for nonprofits, as well as small business owners, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Industry insiders Kim O’Brien from the Nonprofit Leadership Initiative, attorney Katie Bloom from Epiphany Law, LLC and small business owner Jeremy Van Groll (Nonprofit Bookkeeping) will highlight key information to help participants understand and access the new federal resources.

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First U.S. Mobile-Fundraising Platform Now Free to Nonprofits

ZOOMGIVE is proud to announce it will gift its entire premium mobile-giving platform - normally costing $700 per yearly subscription - to churches and nonprofits in crisis during the Coronavirus pandemic until January 2021.

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Tech Nonprofit Creates Mask Design

Technology nonprofit group Maker Mask announces that it has a medically approved mask design available for any group or individual to download, reports NBC Right Now.

Maker Mask, a nonprofit initiative organized by leaders in technology, industry, and government, today announced the availability of the first medically-approved design for 3D printer protective masks to help fill the critical need for high-quality personal protective equipment (PPE) due to the COVID-19 pandemic using community-based, small batch production

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Helping Nonprofits Get Better at Digital

According to Tech Crunch, a new nonprofit, Tech Matters, will help nonprofits become more digital savvy. 

Social entrepreneurship pioneer Jim Fruchterman has launched a new nonprofit, Tech Matters, with $1.7 million in backing from corporate and foundation sources, including Twilio, Okta, Working Capital, Facebook and Schmidt Future

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Okta Set to Give $10 Mllion

Identity and access management company Okta is donating $10 million dollars to help nonprofits up their digital game, reports Biometric Update. 

Okta will be giving $10 million in philanthropic funding for the upcoming three years to help nonprofit organizations introduce and leverage technology relating to digital identity to be more effective in their efforts, the company announced.

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Service Nonprofits Indicate Readiness to Meeting Needs of Communities they Serve

53% of mission-driven organizations in communities around the nation, some providing essential support to society’s most vulnerable, say they are able to maintain service delivery in the face of COVID-19. Nonprofit HR surveyed its community of social impact organizations across America to help gauge where they stand regarding their response plans to the coronavirus pandemic. Questions on the pulse survey, to which 165 organizations answered, focused on business continuity planning, virtual workforce readiness and employee communication during this crisis.

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Nonprofit Struggle Amid the Crisis

Nonprofits are struggling amid the Covid-19 crisis, reports the Times of San Diego.

As California and the rest of the country have all but shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, nonprofits have been hit particularly hard, a University of San Diego survey revealed Tuesday.

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Using Mobile Donation Platforms in the Field

According to Biz Tech Magazine, nonprofits are turning to fundraising platforms that help them gather donations in the field. 

Nonprofit giving is on the rise. According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, Americans donated more than $410 billion to nonprofits in 2017, and that amount has continued to grow.

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Nonprofit Gets Med Supplies to Those in Need

According to Tech Crunch, a nonprofit in Sydney is working to get medical supplies into the hands of those that need them. 

A new Sydney-based nonprofit volunteer organization called RapidWard launched this week, with a focus on getting critical medical supplies from producers in China to healthcare professionals, doctors, hospitals and governments worldwide who need them.

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NPlace Provides Emergency Planning Resources for Nonprofits

IT Forward’s free social platform for nonprofit organizations – NPlace – launched a Disaster Preparedness Group designed to help nonprofit talent share best practices, ask questions and collect industry resources to support emergency preparedness and remote work planning in response to coronavirus impacts nationwide. Resources available include CDC interim guidance for employers on planning for coronavirus response, Nonprofit Risk Management Center advice on cancelling events, Nonprofit New York Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan Template, Nonprofit Risk Management Center Business Continuity Plan, and a remote work checklist.

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