Ironically, social distancing, sheltering at home, job losses and belt tightening are also squeezing a lifeline for charities and nonprofits: donations in kind and cash. “Since people have been staying in their homes, we’re not receiving any donations at all,” at the Salvation Army soup kitchen, said McNeil. It’s still too early to estimate the potential aftershock, leaders of local charities and nonprofits say. Bi-weekly paycheck contributions from employees account for 50 percent of the New Hampshire organization's treasure chest. “There’s no one funding model for nonprofit organizations.
Source: Daily Sun March 30, 2020 23:03 UTC