Sites with ** have comprehensive lists of resources posted on their sites.
New Jersey Specific
- The Community Foundation of South Jersey announced today the launch of a South Jersey COVID-19 Response Fund. This fund allows individuals and organizations to pool resources in order to address both short-term and long-term effects of COVID-19 in local towns and counties throughout South Jersey.
- COVID-19 Resources for Artists & Arts Organizations compiled by New Jersey Council on the Arts
- Council of New Jersey Grantmakers’ page: Coronavirus Response – CNJG Member Actions and NJ Focused Response Funds
- NJEDA Announces New Initiatives to Support Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 – relief programs are available to non-profits – funding likely limited, so check these options out now – and the FAQ portal
- New Jersey Emergency Assistance Eligibility Wizard
- NJEDA Grant Size Estimator
- New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund
- Princeton Area Community Foundation COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund
- PHL COVID-19 Fund from the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
- Senate bill allowing nonprofits to hold remote meetings: S-2342/A-3915 (Bucco, Greenstein/Dunn, Bergen) – Permits nonprofit corporations to allow members to participate in meetings by means of remote communication, and permits nonprofit corporations to hold meetings in part or solely by means of remote communication during state of emergency
- South Jersey COVID-19 Response Fund from the Community Foundation of South Jersey
- United Way of Greater Newark Raises More Than $4M in Donations for Community COVID-19 Fund
- Relief grants for the Arts – courtesy New York Foundation for the Arts
- Artwork Archives: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center for Artists
- CARES Act for Nonprofits – What’s in the Legislation for Charities?
- **Center for Non-Profits Resources for Non-Profits in Response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak (minimizing the spread, info for employers, COVID-19 specific funding, info for individuals, upcoming webinars, and other resources for nonprofits).
- CcHUB Funding and Design Support for COVID-19 Projects
Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB) is providing research and design support, via their Design Lab, for COVID-19 related projects. Organizations and individuals working on a project or with project ideas, with the capability to build out the solution with available resources from CcHUB, are encouraged to fill out this form.
- **Clarity Click-it: Business Not as Usual Nonprofit Links, Free Resources
- Candid Funds for Coronavirus Relief
- Coronavirus Local Response Initiative
Bloomberg Philanthropies has launched the Coronavirus Local Response Initiative to help American mayors respond to the rapidly evolving Coronavirus. Bloomberg Philanthropies will work with partners to identify the needs and lessons learned from cities experiencing the outbreak in real time, which can then be shared with additional cities eager to get ahead of the virus’ spread. This initiative is open to all U.S. cities and will accommodate as many participants as possible. Interested mayors and city leaders should email email@example.com to apply.
- Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation
The Dunkin’ Joy in Childhood Foundation is activating $1.25 million in emergency funding to support organizations on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response. Applicants must be 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in the health or hunger relief field providing essential services to people impacted by COVID-19. The Foundation plans to review applications on a rolling basis and approve funding as soon as possible. Grants typically range from $5,000 to $25,000, but larger amounts will be considered. Visit the Foundation’s website to apply.
- Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation: Coronavirus Relief Grants
The Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation provides support in the company’s service territory in Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Maryland, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Through the Coronavirus Relief Grants program, the Foundation is currently offering $750,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations addressing direct needs related to the pandemic. Grants will be provided to organizations serving local communities to help address immediate human needs and may vary based on unique local needs in a dynamic environment. Priority will be given to eligible nonprofit organizations whose efforts provide direct services to clients impacted by the Coronavirus. The application deadline is April 15, 2020. Application guidelines are available on the Dominion Energy website.
- **Foundant: Comprehensive List of Resources from the Field
- Free course to Help Nonprofits and Ministries in the COVID-19 crisis
- Grantstation COVID-19 Related Funding
- Grantsplus: Grantseeking during the COVID-19 crisis
- GrantZone: Pandemic Response Community (note: you will need to sign in to your GPA account to view these resources)
- Instrumental COVID-19 Grants for 501c3 nonprofit organizations serving those impacted by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
- **Kresge has joined with more than 350 other organizations in signing the Council on Foundations’ (COF) Pledge of Action and commits “to acting with fierce urgency to support our nonprofit partners, as well as the people and communities hit hardest by the impacts of COVID-19.” See our full list of commitments to our partners during COVID-19 here and keep checking our list of resources for nonprofits that we are adding to daily.
- LISC Rapid Relief and Resiliency Fund
- Nonprofit COVID-19 course– provided free by City Vision University
- NonProfitTimes weekly newsletter
- OceanFirst Foundation Rapid Response Grants and Good Neighbor Grants
- OMB Guidance: Information from the Office of Management and Budget regarding administrative relief instructions from OMB. Please note that you will still need to check with the appropriate funding agency to verify how they are addressing these items.
- Peace First’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants
Peace First’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants program is a coaching and grant process to help young people around the world lead projects that address community impacts of COVID-19. Project ideas range from providing meals to elderly neighbors to launching digital mental health campaigns to support youth feeling isolated. Rapid response grants are open to young people between the ages of 13-25, anywhere in the world. The application form is available here.
- The Provident Bank Foundation COVID-19 Emergency Response Grants.
- **US Chamber of Commerce Coronavirus Response– corporate aid tracker, resources for educators and parents, resources for children, list ofnational NGOs providing immediate relief in communities globally, nonprofit organizations and the CARES Act, and more.
- United Way of Greater Newark Community COVID-19 Fund
- U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Loan Assistance https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Information/Index, Funding Resources, and Small Business Guidance and Loans
- Wisconsin GPA comprehensive list of nonprofit and philanthropy resources, COVID-19 funding, webinars, federal resources, articles, and virtual networking tools.
- **A Coronavirus Pandemic Resource Guide for New Jerseyans | U.S. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey https://www.booker.senate.gov/coronavirus
- 10 archaic and harmful funding practices we can no longer put up with
- Bipartisan Bid to Boost Fortunes of Sorely Needed Charities
- Foundant: COVID-19 Response
- Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 United States Counts by County
- A Growing Group of Foundations Pledge “No Business as Usual” with COVID-19
- JPMorgan Chase Makes $50 Million Philanthropic Investment to Help Address Immediate and Long-Term Impacts of COVID-19
- Michael Bloomberg, Jon Stryker Donate To $75 Million COVID-19 Fund For New York City Nonprofits
- Gratitude in Uncertain Times: 12 Tips to Show Donors They Matter
- Rapid Response Survey, Center for Non-Profits, April 3-7, 2020
- Rockefeller Foundation Commits $30 Million for COVID-19 Response
- Tips to manage your nonprofit’s communications during the COVID-19 crisis
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has announced that it is awarding a $5 million pandemic-relief package to New Jersey organizations struggling to help those hardest-hit by COVID-19.
- What Nonprofits Can Do NOW, Dani Robbins, Non Profit Evolution
- Zoom is providing a deep discount on 1-year Zoom Meeting software for nonprofits
- Basics of Zoom and Tips for Using Zoom
- Getting Ready for Your Zoom Closeup
- How to Keep the Party Crashers from Crashing Your Zoom Event
- How to Chromecast Zoom Meeting to TV
- Top Zoom Tips for Better Videoconferencing in a Locked Down World
- A quick primer on running online events and meetings
- How To Facilitate Effective Virtual Meetings
- The 25 most popular icebreaker questions based on four years of data
- 3 Fun and Easy Virtual Team Building Activities
- 5 Icebreakers for Distributed Team Meetings
- CMX: A Comprehensive List of Tiips, Tools, and examples for Event Organizers During the Coronavirus Outbreak
- Wired review of Facebook Portal
- Find Nearby With Find Nearby, you’ll be able to network more efficiently, as you’ll see other LinkedIn members who also have the feature enabled within your Bluetooth range. The feature works well at conferences and events to help you locate people in your proximity.
- How to on FaceBook Live: blog.hubspot.com/marketing/facebook-live-guide
- How to get people to participate in virtual meetings
- Nonprofit Resources for Remote Work During the COVID-19 Outbreak – Good suggestions from TechSoup
- Polleverywhere (free 90 day premium during COVID-19 crisis)
- Pinup(for sticky notes/bulletin board)
- Swapcard (digital platform tool)
- TechSoup– pivoting to remote work
- Tips to Maximize Video Conference Quality for You and Others
- Using In-Person Content to Design Online Workshops
- Virtual Meeting Etiquette
- What it Takes to Run a Great Virtual Meeting
- Free Conference Call.com
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