Going Forward: Best Practices and Considerations for Nonprofit Re-engagement

View “Going Forward: Nonprofit Re-engagement” Webinar (presented June 9, 2020)

Navigating the post-pandemic world will be a challenge for nonprofits, but the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, along with a task force of nonprofit and faith leaders throughout the state, has developed this set of guidelines to aid in this endeavor. The Going Forward: Best Practices and Considerations for Nonprofit Re-engagement guidelines are intended simply as recommendations for organizations as those organizations put their own plans in place. Should nonprofits or congregations have specific questions regarding legal or financial issues, they should consult their own counsel and financial professionals. If not outlined in this document, we recommend that organizations consult guidelines from other sources in their respective fields or contact the Center for Nonprofits for further advice.

Oklahoma Nonprofit COVID-19 Impact Survey Report

Through email alerts and word-of-mouth, the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits surveyed a group of members to ascertain impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on financial well-being, staffing and other economic indicators of organizational wellness.The response came from 288 nonprofits that ran a spectrum of the state’s charitable sector. All responses were kept random and private. This report reflects the overall results of this survey. Report prepared July 27, 2020.

For more information, contact Daniel Billingsley, Vice President of External Affairs, at dbillingsley@okcnp.org or (405) 982-0582.

Download the Oklahoma Nonprofit COVID-19 Impact Survey

Tools & Information for the Social Security Tax Deferral Program

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Tools & Information for the Oklahoma Business Relief Program

Tools & Information for SBA Payroll Protection Program (PPP)

Notice: Should your nonprofit apply for and receive any of the SBA loans available to you, remember that repayment requirements or forgiveness contingencies are between your organization and the lending institution. The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits cannot guarantee any terms of those loans or repayment terms. Please work with the lending institution or the Small Business Administration.

Oklahoma Charitable Event Updates

Many Oklahoma nonprofits have rescheduled or cancelled their events due to COVID-19. Visit the OKCNP Charitable Events Calendar for a  list of changes and to view a complete list of Oklahoma nonprofit events.

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This is a partial list of the grants/funds we have been made aware of that are available for nonprofits to apply for during the pandemic. If you are aware of additional funds you believe should be listed here, please click here to let us know.

  • Emergency Food and Shelter Program – The agencies chosen to receive funds must be private, voluntary nonprofits or units of government, be eligible to receive federal funds, have an accounting system, practice nondiscrimination, have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs and, if they are a private voluntary organization, have a voluntary board.
  • Arnall Family Foundation: COVID-19 Child Welfare Rapid Response Fund –  For organizations in Oklahoma who serve children, youth, and families impacted by the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
  • Oklahoma City Community Foundation: 2020 Disaster Relief Fund – Organizations providing services and assistance to individuals impacted by COVID-19 are eligible to apply to receive a grant from the fund, beginning April 1, including: Nonprofits, Churches, Government Agencies and Schools
  • Tulsa Community Foundation and the Tulsa Area United Way: Tulsa Area COVID19 Response Fund –  Funds will be used to support local nonprofit agencies addressing the needs of individuals who are experiencing COVID-19-related hardship, primarily due to temporary unemployment, lost income or unexpected food and childcare expenses.
  • United Way of Central Oklahoma: COVID-19 Response Fund – This fund will support Partner Agencies of United Way of Central Oklahoma, United Way of Logan County and United Way of Canadian County. It will be used to address the needs of those individuals who are experiencing COVID-19-related hardship primarily due to temporary unemployment, lost income or unexpected expenses related and due to COVID-19.


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