Nonprofit news from around the web: May 31 – June 4, 2021

Written on Jun 02, 2021

How to talk to employees about reopening
As more individuals are getting vaccinated, business leaders need to shift their thinking from the abstract question of where employees will work to the reality that there is a specific day on the calendar that some kind of return to the office will actually occur. 

Warning signs emerge for fundraisers in latest economic reports
Some warning signs have started flashing for fundraisers. While overall growth remains strong, consumer confidence fell, the stock market was flat, and unemployment remains stuck well above pre-pandemic levels. Key indicators, which experts say are important to nonprofits, showed notable developments.

Nonprofit EIDL $500000 loan: How to increase your amount
Nonprofit EIDL $500000 Loan – Increase Your Amount provides charitable executives the simple steps they need to follow to expand their existing EIDL Loan. The SBA has approved more than $200 billion in COVID-19 EIDL loans. The loans have a 30-year maturity with interest rates of 2.75% for not-for-profits.

What governmental changes mean for nonprofits
For many nonprofits, especially those with local focuses, it might not seem like a new federal administration will make a day-to-day difference for them. In truth, a change at the top can impact nonprofits of all sizes and scopes.

Tech Corner – Brain implants let paralyzed man write on a screen using thoughts alone
Researchers combine neural implants with AI to develop a "mindwriting" system that converts imagined writing to text on a screen.


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