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Are you looking for ways to support your grantees in dealing with the challenges resulting from the coronavirus? Here’s what some funders are doing.
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
March 2020
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While still early days in the U.S., COVID-19 is already looking like a long, wild ride with far-reaching impact on the nonprofit sector.
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March 2020
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There are three things on my mind this morning: Italy, Flatten The Curve, and Social Distancing.
March 2020
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While there is no shortage of media coverage, think pieces, and speculation on the full effects of the spreading virus, COVID-19, many of us still find ourselves unsure of how to plan, rearrange, and reconfigure our schedules and lives.
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March 2020
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What happens when a boom election year, a global pandemic and a looming recession are on a collision course with your fundraising plans and will ultimately impact if you can fully deliver on your mission in this moment? 
March 2020
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Blog post summarizing the philanthropic giving on coronavirus to-date, which exceeds all funding for other natural disaster responses.
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March 2020
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The economy, natural disasters, big breaking news, election cycles, etc. all make catching potential donors’ attention and investments more difficult. In the course of a normal year, these dynamics are commonplace and even anticipatable. We know how to reschedule campaigns, we’re getting better at planning for the boom and bust of electoral cycle funding and have learned to lean into more resilient sources of independent revenue like sustainer giving to get us through the ups and downs.
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
March 2020
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Spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, has caused panic across the United States. With the number of confirmed cases on the rise, the coronavirus has started to affect several facets of immigration.
March 2020
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A Funder’s View of Detention, Sara Campos,The Grove Foundation
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September 2019
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In July, on behalf of Unbound Philanthropy, Elyse Lightman Samuels attended a protest at Fort Sill in Oklahoma, which has been a site of violence and trauma for generations, resulting from criminalization, mass incarceration, and family separation. She describes her experience.
Elyse Lightman Samuel's blog post, All My Relations, posted on Medium
September 2019
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