PPP Loans: Forgiveness & Loving Kindness
Friday, May 29th
Many nonprofit organizations have managed to maneuver their way through the CARES Act PPP loans. It has been a chaotic and highly frustrating process and unfortunately it is far from being over. Now that the loans are in their bank accounts, these organizations are facing other challenges: how to spend it? What is forgiven and what is not? What not do to? Should these loans be spent at all?
Learn the latest on loan forgiveness as well as some of the options organizations have when it comes to spending the money.
Jeremy Hobbs, President - Western Wind Foundation, Board Member - the Inland Empire Community Foundation
Stephen Bennett, Co-Founder Caravanserai Project, Board Member - The California Endowment and the Arcus Foundation.
Survival and Sustainability:
“Never Let A Crisis Go to Waste"
Friday, May 8th
As the disrupting impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world for ever, mission-driven organizations are facing some very tough decisions ahead. While there is no doubt that emergency or disaster financial support is crucial, it is only a temporary solution and not a panacea. Numerous organizations in this sector have been on survival mode even before this crisis and managed to buy time and sugarcoated their problems. As painful as might be, there is no better time for organizations to really evaluate the situation and finally act. Susan Gomez, President, Inland Empire Community CollaborativeStephen Bennett, Board Chair, Caravanserai Project and Board member, California EndowmentJeremy Hobbs, President, Western Wind Foundation, and Board member, Inland Empire Community Foundation
The latest on the PPP Loans & Create Your Game Plan for Survival
Wednesday, April 15th
Learn the latest on the federal financial support for small businesses under the CARES Act and start building your game plan for the post COVID19 reality. It is all about survival and sustainability.
What Should Nonprofits Do Now?
Thursday, April 2nd