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Benchmarking Survey: Electronic Payments to Grantees

Published: 
04/2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the transition to remote work has presented numerous challenges for nonprofits and foundations alike. With most grantees working off-site, foundations need to consider the most effective and cost-efficient way to get funds to them beyond mailing checks. This resource includes the results of a Philanthropy Network benchmarking survey of e-payment practices in relation to grantmaking and two discussion threads found on PEAK Grantmaking's Open Forum.

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COVID-19: Nelson Foundation's Grantee Communications

Published: 
04/2020

Proactive communication with your grantees is essential during times of disaster. The Nelson Foundation has kindly agreed to share some of their COVID-19 grantee email communications with Philanthropy Network membership.

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Philly foundations launch $6.5M COVID-19 emergency fund for local nonprofits

Friday, March 20, 2020

By Peter Crimmins for WHYY | The City of Philadelphia has partnered with major philanthropic foundations to launch the PHL COVID-19 Fund to quickly assemble and distribute resources to organizations serving the most at-risk populations during the viral outbreak. 

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City of Philadelphia and PIDC Open Applications to Philadelphia COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund

Philadelphia COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund
Monday, March 23, 2020

The City of Philadelphia and PIDC announced the COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund, a more-than-$9 million grant and loan program designed to support Philadelphia small businesses, help maintain payroll obligations, and preserve jobs impacted by the spread of the virus.

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An Open Letter to Arts Funders: Create a Pooled Loan Fund

BalletX by Chris Kendig
Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Creating a pooled fund of flexible capital could help resuscitate our arts ecosystem and build a more sustainable future for the arts and cultural sector post-COVID-19.

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