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Kentucky Nonprofits & COVID-19/Coronavirus

Last updated August 6, 2020

KNN is actively monitoring recommendations related to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are in frequent communication with colleagues in Kentucky, at the National Council of Nonprofits, and other state nonprofit associations across the country. During this challenging time, nonprofits have an important leadership role: you are tasked with your personal health, the health of your team, and your role in serving the community effectively. We are all in uncharted territory, but KNN is committed to continuing to curate the latest resources to help you stay safe and meet your mission. 
 
     
   
 
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We need to hear from YOU!

Kentucky Nonprofit Network is partnering with Grantmakers of Kentucky to relaunch our survey to check in on Kentucky's nonprofits to understand the issues you are facing, the impact of COVID-19, and how you are moving forward. Your responses inform KNN, grantmakers, and other partners on how to best support the sector and your responses are vital to our advocacy efforts on the sector's behalf. Please tell us how your nonprofit is doing - click the button below to take the new check-in survey.
 
     
     
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      How is the pandemic affecting your nonprofit and the people you serve? Share your stories and questions to help KNN identify and develop resources and continue to be your advocate with our state and federal officials and our colleagues in philanthropy. If you would like to see other resources on this page, please click here to let us know.