Free workshops aimed at helping nonprofits during COVID-19

JACKSON, Wyo. — The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole has announced that it will host a COVID-19 Response Workshop Series for nonprofits from April 7-9. While the toll of the coronavirus is still being quantified, there is no doubt that most local nonprofits have been or will be impacted.

The workshops are designed to help nonprofits work through current financial and operational challenges. The three online workshops are free to the local nonprofit community. Registration is available at for any or all of the following sessions.

Tuesday, April 7 from 2-4 p.m.
Instructor: Kari Anderson, Incite Consulting Group

  • Adapting strategic plans
  • Engaging donors/when to fundraise again
  • Canceling or postponing events
  • How to leverage extra time
  • Self-care
  • CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (deadline: April 7 at noon)

Wednesday, April 8 from 2-4 p.m.
Instructor: Karen Coleman, Community Foundation of Jackson Hole

  • Managing costs during a crisis/economic downturn
  • Cash flow, projections and forecasting
  • Continuity of operations
  • Contingency planning
  • CARES Act highlights for nonprofits
  • CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (deadline: April 8 at noon)

Thursday, April 9 from 2-4 p.m.
Instructor: Gary Trauner, Silicon Couloir

  • Strategic planning in times of crisis
  • Refocusing on your organization’s core mission and competencies
  • Leadership and communication in a time of crisis
  • Managing staff remotely
  • Accessing outside sources of financial help
  • CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (deadline: April 9 at noon)

Zoom log-in information and handouts will be emailed in advance of each session to registered participants. If you do not receive a registration confirmation via email (check your junk folder), you did not complete the process and should try again.

To learn more about these workshops, please contact Education & Outreach Programs Officer Annie Riddell at [email protected].

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