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VA Fisher Houses Open Doors to Healthcare Workers in COVID-19 Push

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Fifteen of the 44 Fisher Houses that serve VA have pivoted to support the front line health care professionals that are risking their own well-being to save others.

Fisher Houses are comfort homes built at or near VA and military hospitals. They host families and caregivers of service members, Veterans, and family members undergoing medical care.

Register Now! Join us May 12th to Learn How to Create a Corporate Giving Program in the Time of COVID-19

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Join us May 12, 2020 at 3:30 PM EDT
~ Hosted by our Partner Pinkaloo ~

Between workplace giving programs, employee assistance funds (EAFs), crowd-fundraising campaigns, and matching gift programs, employers have an arsenal of options for supporting their employees and the community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

How to Launch a Modern Giving Program During Coronavirus

By Gideon Taub, Founder and CEO, Pinkaloo
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In light of COVID-19 (coronavirus), many organizations are looking for ways to give back to their communities and to those facing the biggest challenges during this time.

One easy way for companies to get involved is to adopt a workplace giving program by giving your employees access to a custom-branded Modern Giving solution, powered by Pinkaloo.

Let’s talk about the benefits of workplace giving in a crisis and why you should sign up for Modern Giving to get started on giving back today.

America's Charities Coronavirus Response Fund

America's Charities Partners with Feeding America and PATH to meet immediate needs in the US and prevent/prepare for future disease outbreaks
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Who and How Your Donation Will Help:

Feeding America Releases First Round of COVID-19 Fund Grants to Food Banks

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On March 13, Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization with a network of 200 member food banks across the country, announced the establishment of their COVID-19 Response Fund to help food banks across the country as they support communities impacted by the pandemic. Feeding America initially seeded the fund with $2.65 million to enable food banks to secure the resources they need to serve the most vulnerable members of the community during this difficult time. 

In a Time of Remote Work and Virtual Meetings, Workplace Giving Becomes Even More Important in the Fight Against Coronavirus

How You Can Make a Difference While Keeping Your Distance
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A month ago, I didn’t know what ‘social distancing’ was. Now, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s become a fact of life that we need to stay six feet away from each other to avoid spreading germs. If you, like so many others across the country, have moved yourself and your workforce entirely remote to accommodate this new way of working, you’re likely also looking for virtual ways to help in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Navigate the Changing Landscape of Workplace Giving: Insights on Engaging a Dynamic and Diverse Workforce

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Workplace giving has evolved significantly over the past few years, becoming an expectation among employees across all industries. Nearly 6 in 10 employees stated it was imperative, or very important, to have a workplace culture that is supportive of giving and volunteering.

Coronavirus Concerns? Show Your Workers You Care (You Really Care) in Three Steps

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COV-19, also known as the coronavirus, is here.

In a blink of an eye, it seems our world has turned upside down. If you’re like me, you’re working remotely, you’ve read “in an abundance of caution” more times than you can count, you’re managing a child who is climbing the walls without school to occupy her time, and you’re casting about trying to find some tangible way to help yourself, your loved ones, and the broader community in which you live and work—not to mention those hit hardest by the outbreak.

The Critical Ways America’s Charities’ Nonprofit Members are Helping Communities Respond to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

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Nonprofits are the backbone of our communities – some more visible than others in their impact and the needs they meet. While COVID-19, otherwise known as the coronavirus, is affecting everyone, nonprofits are particularly feeling the pinch as they simultaneously adjust their work environments and policies to ensure the safety and well-being of their staff and volunteers, and demand for their programs and services surges beyond the scale their networks are prepared to handle.

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