Respondents selected the specific responses of their organizations as follows:
- Rescheduling or canceling programs and events (e.g. fundraisers): 92%
- Staying informed via news and updates from the CDC and the MA Department of Public Health: 91%
- Encouraging proper hand hygiene and reminding employees of proper cough and sneeze etiquette: 89%
- Encouraging employees who feel sick to stay at home: 87%
- Changing in-person events to virtual events using video conferencing software (e.g. Zoom, Google Hangouts, etc.): 74%
- Revisiting or instituting updated remote work and sick leave policies and updating employees: 64%
Note: Between the poll's launch last Wednesday and its close yesterday, many more nonprofits have closed offices, instituted work-from-home policies, or paused operations. Actual numbers may be higher.