Blog - April, 2020

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Apr 17

Ali Marcus

This post is part three of a three-part series. If you haven't already, go back and check out part one and two, where we describe what happened to the nonprofit sector in Washington during the last economic recession and what nonprofit leaders can do today to survive. | Read More

Apr 15

Brittany Kirk

This post is part two of a three-part series. If you haven't already, go back and check out part one, where we describe what happened to the nonprofit sector in Washington between 2007 and 2012 during the last economic recession. | Read More

Apr 13

Brittany Kirk

This post is part one of a three-part series. In this post, we discuss what the data tells us about how funders responded during the last recession and what nonprofits can expect this time. | Read More

Apr 13

Brittany Kirk

For the nonprofit sector, the economic impacts of this are profound. As programming and fundraising events are canceled, staff are reduced, volunteers and clients are not showing up, and revenue sources shift or disappear, nonprofits' survival is uncertain. We get it. In fact, we have seen this before. In this series, we break down the 2008 recession and what nonprofits can learn from it today | Read More

Apr 06

Ostara Group

Cancer Lifeline is an organization whose mission is to provide resources and support patients through their cancer journey. Ostara connected with Joseph Yurgevich, Executive Director at Cancer Lifeline, to learn how they are adapting to provide their services amid COVID-19. | Read More


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