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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) contains several provisions for nonprofit organizations as our sector faces new challenges.

Nonprofit Connect recognizes the coronavirus outbreak is impacting the Kansas City nonprofit community. Through an online survey, we collected information on how organizations are being impacted to learn what resources are needed most. 104 nonprofits responded between March 20 and March 25. We've compiled the results, and pulled out notable comments for organizations, funders, the wider community to understand the lasting effects of this crisis on our charitable sector and the services we provide.

This next stimulus bill from Congress may be enacted as soon as this coming Monday, March 23. The latest draft includes support for charitable organizations, but nonprofits across the nation are asking for more.

We nonprofit professionals are going through a lot. It's a challenging time as we face complex and high-stake questions about how to protect our teams, serve our constituents and withstand the potential impact on our organization's long-term survival. We will get through this.

Due to the overwhelming number, Nonprofit Connect is no longer updating this list. Please check directly with the organization to determine whether an event or program has been cancelled, rescheduled or made virtual.

Nonprofit Connect recognizes the spread of coronavirus is impacting the Kansas City nonprofit community. That’s why we have provided this list of considerations and resources for our nonprofit members to be prepared.

Nonprofit Connect hosted a panel on Tuesday, March 3 on what nonprofits need to know about the 2020 Census, and we've compiled the answers from the panelists, along with resources, to provide a case for nonprofits to take action on the 2020 Census.

Each month, Luann sits down with a different nonprofit leader to chat about leadership, learning and life over a cup of coffee. This month, we hear from Valerie Nicholson-Watson, President & CEO of Harvesters- The Community Food Network.

Heather Mansfield shares how to incorporate email marketing into your online fundraising plan.

One strategic method that can help your nonprofit draw in volunteers, donors, and memberships, in the long run, is a well-thought-out website. If you are looking to improve your nonprofit website or are starting from the ground up, here are five factors you may want to consider.