This month we present a special edition of the Connector focused on the Washington State Nonprofit Conference! We are so excited to tell you more about why the virtual conference will be our best offering yet. From out different tracks to all the ways you will be able to engage with other nonprofit leaders from across the state, the Connector will help you to see why we cannot wait to see you there!
Another Appeal to Consider a PPP Loan for Your Nonprofit
March 16, 2021 |
PPP Loans for Nonprofits
Nonprofits are not taking advantage of PPP loans in large numbers. Why? We know the following factors might be causing some nonprofits not to apply, and here are our ...
COVID Relief Update
March 16, 2021 |
The American Rescue Plan Act
March 15, 2021
Additional COVID Relief has been critical to nonprofits across the U.S. and here in Washington State. On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed ...
The Connector looks this month at the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as well as a new FAQ about alcohol at silent auctions for when we are able to return to in person events. But this year we invite you to engage with us! We are accepting workshops proposals for our Washington State Nonprofit Conference. We also want our Legislature to hear from you! Our Nonprofit Voices campaign gives you the tools you need to make your voice and nonprofit heard in the long session. And we welcome the newest member of our team, Alex Panagotacos!
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