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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.

WHAT:           Nplace Online Community: Disaster Preparedness Group

                        Free collaboration portal for coronavirus planning and sharing of best practices

WHERE:         Nplace online community: https://www.nplace.org/groups/1979430

WHO:             Nonprofit workforce nationwide  

NPlace is a free online community that helps nonprofits fill critical gaps in technology, training and strategic planning by bringing together industry experts with nonprofit talent from across the country. The online platform promotes collaboration and breaks down traditional and geographic barriers. Its location-based app promotes local events, trainings and community resources, and the online community connects users in a safe place to share, ask, and collaborate via public and private groups.

“We hope that by creating this space, sharing best practices, and helping each other break through challenges faced while creating organizational continuity plans, we can reduce the impact of any interruption in services for the people you are serving, and our community overall,” said Alexandra Roth, TechEd Leader at IT Forward.

Nonprofit organizations can receive a free technology assessment from IT Forward at (920) 666-4424.

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