COVID-19 Resources for Nonprofits



During these unique times, the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation wants to keep our nonprofit partners and friends informed of any relevant topics that might be affecting us.  Below you will find many helpful resources we have collected.  On March 31, 2020, GRBF and the Community Foundation partnered to produce a helpful webinar presentation on human resources and legal considerations during COVID-19.  You may find a PDF of the slide deck here.  For FAQ by Employers/Employees, the Department of Labor posts these resources.

Fundraising during COVID-19 can be complicated.  Make sure to watch this webinar on how to navigate those tricky waters.

Hunton Andrews Kurth has compiled a very thorough resource page to address COVID-19 legal issues.  Click on the area below and you will be directed to a general resource hub for each topic.

Banking & Financial Services

Commercial Contractual Issues

Commercial Disputes

Corporate Governance & Securities

Energy Industry

Environmental & Workplace Safety

Financial Restructuring

Government Relations & Economic Development

Health Care

Insurance Coverage

IRS Guidance & Tax Issues

Labor & Employment & Business Immigration

With the CARES Act and the many legal changes for nonprofit operations, this is a great resource from Williams Mullen.  These articles will give much more insight:

CARES Act – Congress’ Third COVID-19 Bill and What it Means for Employers

CARES Act – Changes to TCJA Provisions & other CARES Act Business Tax Provisions

The Impact of Remote Workforce on Contractual Obligations

Coronavirus: Employers Must Post New FFCRA Notice by April 1, 2020

Federal DHS & DOD Guidance Regarding “Essential Businesses” That Are or May Be Expected to Continue Operations Under State Shutdown Orders

OSHA Reporting and Recordkeeping for COVID-19 at the Workplace

U.S. DOL Publishes Guidance Clarifying Paid Sick Leave and Expanded FMLA Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Combined Federal, VA, and NC Government Resources for COVID-19

Striving to continue providing all the support we possibly can for our local community cannot cease during crises.  We must work together to coordinate our resources in order to maximize the help we can provide for those who need it even more so now given our current pandemic.  Thank you for all you do for our community.  Stay safe, stay healthy, and never forget that this too shall pass.


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