Special Announcement
Working With You During the COVID-19 Outbreak
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As many of us grapple with the uncertainty and discomfort of unexpected change, please know that we at Nonprofit Prince George's County are working to establish and understand our current reality. We strive to be a continued source and support system to our community during these challenging times and beyond. Rest assured that we are identifying current and relevant information to share with you around recent updates and their potential impact on all of our nonprofits, families, friends and neighbors.

We are working to share resources and problem solve around serving the most vulnerable in our communities. With this in mind, we will start a weekly email update and begin regular Collective Community Check-ins (as part of this effort to expedite information sharing, this will be our last regular monthly newsletter for the timebeing). Please read this letter from our leadership with more information.
Free Nonprofit Resources Available to You
Feeling overwhelmed by the amount of resources hitting your inbox? Thankfully, there are a number of dedicated individuals and organizations that are seeking to provide aid to nonprofits during this time but it can be hard to determine where to start your search. Would you like to see a few of our favorite resource lists?
Nonprofit Resource Repository

Local Resources

Local Financial Assistance (more information available on Maryland's Department of Commerce website )

Other Financial Assistance
  • Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (provides small businesses - including private nonprofits - with working capital loans of up to $2 million to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they may be experiencing) - U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
  • Cares Initiative (to support the short and long-term needs of communities, clients and teammates in response to the COVID-19 pandemic) - Truist Financial Corporation.

Other ideas or needs that you want to share with our members? You can reach us at pandemicsupport@nonprofitpgc.org .
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Interested in Activating Do More 24?
With many events postponed and canceled, this may be the year your nonprofit decides to activate a Do More 24 campaign. Have any questions about the DMV's largest 24-hour online fundraiser powered by United Way of the National Capital Area? Register for this free training on March 31 via webinar (new ).

Interesting Reads
3 Pop-Up Food Pantries Open In PG County Over Coronavirus . Patch.com (Bowie). Mar. 17, 2020.
Community Connections: Newsletter: COVID-19 Update. Angela Alsobrooks, County Executive. Mar. 24, 2020.
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Local Leader Recognized as Influential Marylander
The Training Source's Executive Director (and Nonprofit Prince George's founder), Kim Rhim, has been selected to receive the William Donald Schaefer Helping People Award for Prince George’s County in recognition of her service to the community (ceremony date forthcoming). Read more about this honor .

Photo courtesy: The Training Source
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Nonprofit Prince George's County March and April Programming Note
Please note that our training on "Diversity Equity and Inclusion Practice and Practicality: Tips and Tools for Organizational Health" scheduled for March 31 has been postponed. Also, the Do More 24 Training on March 31 is no longer in-person but will be available via webinar from the United Way of the National Capital Area. Register here. We will not have an in-person April IDEAS & INFO Luncheon but we are working on alternative ways to provide trainings and will keep you updated through our weekly emails.

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