Apr. 14, 2020
Funding Tool Videos Added to Wichita Resource Center
Last week we added two video interviews to our Wichita Resource Center on COVID-19 to inform our members about several of the local financial resources that are available for area nonprofits and individuals impacted by the current circumstances. While there's a great deal of emphasis on federal and state funding programs, these funding mechanisms were developed by local business leaders and are funded by area companies and individuals specifically for our community.

Chamber Industry Call Yields Reflections on Changes to the Finance Industry
The Chamber's series of Industry Calls continued with a second installment on April 9. The roundtable discussion centered on the Finance industry and was moderated by Tracee Adams of Hawthorn Capital and included Matt List with BKD CPAs & Advisors and Brandon Converse with The Converse Team. The discussion yielded reflections on changes in the finance industry. Read more about it in our latest blog post.

Good Deeds in Hard Times
In The Bag Cleaners has donated 5,000 washable garment bags to the Via Christi Foundation . The bags, which started as a suggestion from one of the nurses, will be distributed to frontline caregivers as a safe and convenient way to carry their scrubs home to be washed. Read more here .
Do you know other Chamber members doing good deeds?   Email us   for the opportunity to highlight them here.
Look for these UPDATES to the Wichita Resource Center

Kansas Health Foundation: Impact & Capacity Grants  Grants for Kansas nonprofits

Apr. 9 | Webinar: BKD: COVID-19 Weekly Webinar Series - Cash Flow Projections & Business Planning |  View Recording

Apr. 7 | AGH, Crossfirst Bank & Martin Pringle: Live Q&A Event - COVID-19 Relief: Understanding SBA Loans and Other Opportunities Under the CARES Act |  View Recording
Upcoming Webinars

Apr. 14 at 2 p.m. CST | Webinar: BKD: Facing the Crisis: How Nonprofits Can Respond to COVID-19 |  Register

Apr. 16 at 12 p.m. CST | Webinar: W: Remote Control: How to Work Remotely |  Register

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