The most important thing to remember is that preparedness is key.
“Prepare, Not Panic.”
Dial-in Line: 202-765-1265
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Questions? Contact John Fleming at [email protected]
More than 100 Nonprofits and individual Nonprofit leaders Signed On to Support our Request to the State of Delaware. Read the Full Text of the Letter Here: Joint Philanthropy and Nonprofit Legislative Request_Final 3.27.2020
DANA, Delaware Community Foundation, United Way and Philanthropy DE are working in partnership to establish a new emergency fund to assist nonprofits with their immediate needs. Please read our press release here: COVID-19 Coordinated Funds PR 3.18.20.
Attention Nonprofits: You will be able to submit applications for funding in the coming days. Once the application process is in place, we will be announcing it publicly. Please stay tuned to our respective websites and social media platforms for more information.
Please see our DANA Calendar for additional details.
DANA has created a cash flow tool to be used with applications for loans and relief funding to the sector. The model and instructions are available through our website at this link Template Cash Flow Projection. Covid19.DANA and Guidance on DANA Cash Flow tool, Join instructor, Wil Sherk, for one of two 45-minute webinars.
These sessions will guide participants through the model and explain terminology to those who may not be familiar. Please have your prior year’s actual financial results and your current year’s budget available as they will be referenced in the webinar. It is recommended that you review the instructions and model beforehand so that you are familiar with the major components and instructions. The webinar explain how to complete the tool and highlight implications of the projection.
FREE DANA WEBINAR: Creating a Virtually In-Person Meeting – Did You Miss This One? Watch the Recording by Clicking Here
Are you planning a virtual board meeting instead of in-person? How about having that meeting Virtually In-Person? With planning and preparation, there are ways for virtual meetings to feel more in-person. Using video technology, board and other team meetings can take place while participants stay in their own homes or offices.
Demonstrating the use of the ZOOM video conference platform, facilitator Susan Detwiler will walk you through how to plan and execute a virtually in-person meeting, including preparing your participants, encouraging participation, accommodating participants without video, sharing your screen, and getting comfortable with the ins- and outs- of the technology.
COViD-19: What should nonprofits be thinking about? (Monday, March 16 – watch the recording here)
Event Planning & COViD-19: Alternative to Meeting in Person (Thursday, March 19 – watch the recording here)
COVID-19 HR & Best Practices (recorded on Thursday, March 19)
COViD-19: Adapting Our Fundraising Strategy (Thursday, March 26)
Microsoft (via CartoonBrew)
The tech giant is offering a six-month free trial of the paid version of Teams, a software centered on virtual meetings, for businesses not yet registered with the platform. The deal is actually part of a trial for the full Office 365 package. A free version of Teams is also available to educational institutions. Businesses looking to claim the free license are asked to contact their Microsoft partner or sales representative. More information here.
From TechSoup Nonprofit Resources for Remote Work
From Inc. Magazine: 5 Tech Companies Providing Free Remote Working Tools
Here is a great video tutorial from nonprofit consultant, Beth Kanter.
Sussex County Community Support Map
These entities in Sussex County are providing community support during the COVID-19 crisis. To add other community support locations, contact Chris Flood at [email protected]