Wondering how you can help during this time? Social distancing doesn't mean social isolation. We still need to support the nonprofits in our region who are continuing to provide critical services to the people of our community day and night—ensuring our most vulnerable populations are being housed, fed and cared for. However, they could really use our help in a number of ways: donating extra supplies, offering your time as a volunteer or through any generous donations in order to sustain themselves.
The virus shut down has caused many non-profits to postpone or cancel their live fundraising events. As a non-profit, you may be searching for ways to bring in these much-needed funds while adhering to social distancing. Below are ways to utilize your current assets (direct mail list, website) as well as new marketing technologies and ideas that may help.