Covid-19 continues to profoundly alter our world as we seek to cope with it.... we are all in the midst of it and cannot see its boundaries. No one is outside this trauma. So how can we hold ourselves, our organizations, and our communities together? We can learn from some principles that come from understanding organizational trauma and recovery.
1. Contain the experience and create safety and stability.
2. Understand that what you and others are feeling is normal.
3. Accept that with no road map we will make mistakes.
4. Share experiences and feelings with each other.
5. Collectively make meaning from those experiences.
6. Identify pockets of resilience in your organization.
7. Celebrate unity, caring for each other, and coming together.
How the COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Bill Would Affect Nonprofits
Congressional and Administration negotiators reached agreement on the Phase 3 COVID-19 economic stimulus bill early Wednesday morning and just released the legislative text this hour. The Senate and House hope to pass the $2 trillion legislation as quickly as possible.
TrendWatch: Transfer of Wealth Study from Innovia Foundation
January 17, 2020 |
To counter the narrative of scarcity in rural communities, Innovia Foundation commissioned a transfer of wealth study in June 2019. Innovia serves the 10 counties of Eastern Washington and 10 counties of North Idaho. They collaborated with Locus Impact Investing to better understand the way that wealth is held in the foundation’s 20-county service area. The study produced conservative estimates about the amount of wealth that will transfer from one generation to the next in the coming decade.
What does Action Learning have to do with DEI?
September 10, 2019 |
by Aparna Rae and Jessica Walker Beaumont, Partners - Moving Beyond
Diversity, inclusion, belonging, and at times equity, have been hot topics across both the private and social sectors. ...
Equity and Your Nonprofit
September 10, 2019 |
Spokane series offered in conjunction with Ijeoma Oluo presentation
By Gabriel Cruden, Program Manager – Eastern Region
In her bestselling book So You Want to Talk About Race, Ijeoma Oluo ...
Five Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Nonprofit’s Accounting Year End
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