Common Good VT Launches Free COVID-19 Response Webinar Series for VT Nonprofits

In response to COVID-19, Common Good Vermont is hosting a series of webinars and online discussions to support Vermont nonprofits. Join us for these free Zoom webinars as we navigate the evolving coronavirus situation and its impact on our sector. 

COVID-19 Federal Policy Resources for Nonprofits (Co-hosted with VBSR)

4/7 Zoom Webinar at 1:00 PM EST WATCH THE RECORDING HERE

Join VBSR and Common Good VT for a webinar reviewing the latest federal policy changes impacting Vermont’s nonprofit sector including emergency loan assistance, expanded unemployment benefits, and other significant measures that will help your nonprofit organization navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch Now.

Development During Pandemic – A Conversation with VT Nonprofits

4/9 Zoom Webinar at 1:00 PM EST WATCH THE RECORDING HERE

How are Vermont’s nonprofits moving forward with development and fundraising during the current crisis? Join us for a panel discussion with three of Vermont’s nonprofit leaders to learn about their strategies for providing services, communications, and donor relations during the pandemic. Watch Now.

Vermont’s Philanthropic Response to COVID-19 – A Conversation with Vermont Funders 

4/14 Zoom Webinar at 3:00 PM EST WATCH THE RECORDING HERE

Common Good VT invites Vermont nonprofits to join a panel of philanthropic leaders to discuss how Vermont’s philanthropic community is responding to the COVID-19 crisis. In this webinar, we will hear from 3 funders as they discuss their strategies for response, grantmaking, and support for Vermont’s vulnerable populations. Watch Now.

Please visit our homepage for more resources and webinars as we announce them. For immediate resources and information, continue to visit Common Good VT’s COVID-19 Information Page.

This webinar series has been made possible by generous support from the Vermont Community Foundation, A.D. Henderson Foundation, the High Meadows Fund, and the National Life Group Foundation.