Author: Smith, Katy

NPA held its weekly COVID-19 update and conversation, and dozens of nonprofit leaders participated. Michael Nail, employment attorney with Ogletree Deakins, gave a detailed review of changes in the Family Medical Leave Act, unemployment, and other employment law related to COVID. Sabrina Reeder, coordinator of Greenville Counts,...

On April 7th, the Nonprofit Alliance hosted a weekly webinar, focusing on the Paycheck Protection Program and how to apply.   Robyn Campbell with Elliott Davis presented on how nonprofits can approach the PPP application.  She suggested they set up a simple spreadsheet to account for...

GPP members logged on for a weekly webinar update on the latest on COVID in Greenville County, the nonprofit sector, and ways for funders to get involved.  This week's session included: Comments from Bob Morris on how the Community Foundation of Greenville is adapting because...

GPP members logged on for a weekly webinar update on the latest on COVID in Greenville County, the nonprofit sector, and ways for funders to get involved.  This week's session included: Update from Catherine Puckett with the Nonprofit Alliance on the comprehensive survey of COVID...

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Thirty members participated in the first GPP webinar on COVID-19.  As of the prior afternoon, there were 342 cases in South Carolina, seven deaths, and 39 cases in Greenville County.  Even though it is likely just the beginning of Greenville County’s experience of the crisis,...

You’ve heard the catchy jingles on television for title loans.  You’ve seen storefronts for payday loans and pawn shops on every corner in certain parts of town.  But if you’re like many South Carolinians, you don’t know much about the “payday lending” industry. Some of our...

Zoning and land use may seem to be outside of the scope of GPP members’ interests.  But it is land use that undergirds affordable housing, transit, access to healthy food, and so much of what is fundamental to many funders’ and nonprofits’ work.  The December...

When organizations – both nonprofit and philanthropic – consider their missions with an eye toward diversity, equity, and inclusion, it can have wide-ranging implications, from who comprises their staff and volunteers to what their policies say about vendors, intake, and more. Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy and...

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