Nonprofit Resources in the Coronavirus Age
During this unprecedented time, we’re proud to support and work with a number of nonprofits that are stepping up with resources to help us all:
- The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington is a nonprofit that has created a network of over 400 vetted small nonprofits in the nation’s capital. All the nonprofits go through a review process, at no cost, that consists of the following questions: What need is a nonprofit meeting? Is it doing so with excellence? Are its finances sound? What impact, concretely measurable or harder to measure, is it having on the community it serves? The Catalogue allows donors to give with confidence to organizations that work every day in local neighborhoods.
- The American Pops Orchestra is offering music to soothe nerves while also supporting musicians and performers facing a loss of their incomes. APO was founded to breathe new life into orchestral pops programming and inspire new audiences to discover the wealth of material in the Great American Songbook in dynamic ways.
- The Council for Professional Recognition is providing important guidance to early childhood educators around the world. The Council oversees the Child Development Associate credential, which is based on a core set of competency standards that guide early care professionals as they work toward becoming qualified teachers of young children.
Other clients are doing their part as well and we look forward to sharing those details soon.