• Volunteers packing food at the Salvation Army of Plattsburgh

Adirondack Nonprofit Network (ANN) COVID-19 Webinars 

If you were unable to attend one of our webinars focused on operating during the coronavirus pandemic, we encourage you to check out these related resources.

  • Coming Together During COVID-19, March 20, 2020 - Agenda / Notes
  • Fundraising and Donor Outreach, March 27, 2020 - Agenda / Notes
  • Fundraising in Uncertain Times, April 3, 2020, Andy Robinson - Agenda / Notes / Slides
  • Arts & Culture, April 10, 2020, James Lemons and Emily Martz - Agenda / Recording / Notes
  • Coronavirus & Nonprofit Grants, April 15, 2020, Diane H. Leonard, Leonard Consulting, LLC. - Recording / Slides
  • Survival Strategies for Nonprofits in the age of COVID-19, April 17, 2020, Kathleen Colson - Agenda / Recording / Slides
  • Stronger Together: Strategic Collaborations, Shared Services, and Joint Fundraising, April 24, 2020, Andy Robinson - Agenda / Recording / Slides
  • Yes. This is where to find information about what’s available and how to apply: Small Business Administration. And here is a link directly to the (SBA) COVID-19 ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN APPLICATION. (According to the Adirondack Economic Development Corporation, the rate is 2.75% over 30 years.)

  • You may be eligible to apply for a small grant from Adirondack Foundation’s Small Grants for Small Children fund. Learn more here. You can find a list of resources specifically available to you here.

  • Yes. You can find information on the New York Foundation for the Arts website and our friends at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts have compiled lots of great info on their website.

  • Here are some links that we think are helpful: 

  • The New York Department of Labor website has information on how to file for unemployment, how to access the U.S. Small Business Administration’s information for their emergency loan program to small businesses, private non-profit organizations, homeowners and renters. For local assistance, contact Sylvie Nelson, Executive Director at the North Country Workforce Development Board by calling 518-354-0418.

  • This fund is supporting nonprofits, schools, and agencies that provide direct services to individuals and families or support to businesses to help those who are most affected by emerging health, economic, and social impacts. You can learn more about eligibility requirements here.