April 2020

Friends in Philanthropy:
News and Stories for Savvy Givers

Of Course You Can Still Volunteer While Social Distancing (Charity Navigator) – From wellness check calls to tutoring opportunities, there are plenty of ways to help from home.

‘Shelter In Place’ Has People Rethinking Retirement (Forbes) – Between market volatility and a taste of life with less structure, many are reassessing when they want to call it a career.

What Kenyans Really Fear About The Outbreak (BBC) – Poor conditions and lack of information make the country’s quarantine centers almost as frightening as the virus.

How Much Has Coronavirus Impacted Nonprofits? This Software Does The Math. (Chronicle of Philanthropy) – A free tool calculates the cost of the outbreak in money and volunteer hours so that donors understand the scope of the problem.

All The Good News We Shouldn’t Forget (CNET) – Let’s not overlook the many ways we’re making progress and supporting each other right now.

Kinship United’s Response to COVID-19 (Kinship United) – Our organization has faced crisis before, and we’re going to adapt again—with your help.

Photos from Unsplash

The content in this material is informational and not intended as tax or legal advice. Please consult with your own professional financial or legal advisor before making a gift.