Posts Tagged: nonprofit

More COVID-19 Relief for Nonprofits!

March 16, 2021 Posted by Kristen Anderson in Congress, COVID-19, Non-profits, Nonprofits

More COVID-19 relief for nonprofits is on the way! Both Congress and the State of California have set aside more relief funds for nonprofits. President Biden signed into law a revised version of the American Rescue Plan Act on March 11, 2021. Also, the California legislature authorized over $2 billion in additional financial relief for …

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What Nonprofit Employers Need to Know to (Re)Open Under COVID-19 Rules

February 24, 2021 Posted by Kristen Anderson in COVID-19, Employment Matters, Nonprofits

All employers have been greatly impacted by COVID-19 and nonprofit employers are no exception. We have posted frequently about the impact of COVID-19 on the nonprofit sector. To address the myriad issues related to being open for business while the pandemic continues, we invited our colleague, Richard Rosenberg, a trusted employment law attorney of Ballard …

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Paycheck Protection Program Chaos and Frustration

Yesterday’s launch of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was a chaotic mess. More frequently than not, nonprofit executives and business owners were frustrated by their inability (at no fault of their own) to apply for PPP loans. PPP to Aid Distressed Nonprofits The PPP was approved by Congress last week to provide forgivable loans to …

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The Right Mindsight to Survive the Pandemic

The world will be a different place when the COVID-19 pandemic subsides. But the world will still be here. At that time, there will be work to be done, needs to be met and new opportunities for all of us who don’t succumb to negativity, paralysis or panic. As one of the most successful species …

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Nonprofits Already Hit Hard by COVID-19

Even at this early stage in the COVID-19 pandemic, nonprofits are already reeling from its effects. And they promise to be devastating. It’s too soon to predict the ultimate impact, but it’s a fair projection that economic ruin will fell many organizations – unless they are saved by patrons funders and legislators. Performing Arts Hard …

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Minimum Wage Increase Goes into Effect on July 1!

Do you know the minimum wage for many nonprofit employees will increase on July 1, 2019? On that date, certain cities and counties in California, as well as the District of Columbia, New Jersey and Oregon, will increase the minimum hourly wage for nonexempt employees. The size of the wage increase may depend whether the …

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