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Funders’ News and Chat Through Saturday - July 31

This week, we were proud to be a part of Chicago’s Cultural Treasures, 40 institutions contributing to the history, culture, vibrancy and identity of communities of color in the Chicago area. 🏛️🖤🤎💛

Monterey County Health Officials now recommended that people wear face masks indoors, even if they have been vaccinated. "Lettuce" do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. For more on the mask recommendation, please visit:

As the delta variant continues to spread, an increasing number of U.S. colleges and universities are requiring that their students receive one of the COVID-19 vaccines before returning to campus for the fall semester.

Happy Saturday everyone. Just here to remind you that we are living in #ADifferentWorld. Be sure to stay safe and #RollUpYourSleeve.

Great podcast, featuring 1995 MacArthur Fellow Patricia Nelson Limerick! 📜


NEW: Who are the 2.2 million poor, uninsured people in the “coverage gap” left by 12 states’ decisions not to adopt the ACA #Medicaidexpansion? We take a closer look, incl. their race, where they live, their income & work status, and their health needs.

TCV Community Services, serves people who have addiction disorders in Allegheny County. Learn more about their work and how you can support them through a donation during our Critical Needs Alert on Tuesday, Aug. 3. (Via @TABLEMagazine)

Head over to the CA Department of Public Health website for latest updates and information about COVID-19 in California.

What's your #nonprofit doing to #fundraise and further its mission? Share your creative revenue-generating efforts and your org could win up to $10,000! The deadline to apply for an @EideBaillyLLP ResourceFULLness award is Friday, Aug. 13.

The CDC has changed their guidance to recommend that everyone in K-12 schools wear masks while indoors, regardless of their vaccination status.

"Capitalism needs guardrails. It is not inherently a creator of inequity and exploitation, nor is it doing enough to address these challenges," says @CNTR4growth's @paragie at #SkollWF 2021. See more of this session and others:

“Corner store owners are able to self-code as groceries or supermarkets, and the...[USDA] doesn’t receive funding to ensure they are in compliance.” Lives hinge on food security. Nonprofits shouldn't be responsible for filling the gaps in federal funding.

“My job is to be kind, my job is to be direct, and my job is a number of things, but right now, it's to build a business,” says @Naomi_NYC @TheShineApp, in convo with @DesireeChicago @pearachute. LISTEN:

A fully protected marine protection zone at Earth’s most remote inhabited island would ...

• Protect against climate change
• Preserve the local way of life

@fkilpatricktdc @johnnyrbriggs

The phasing out of the #Illinois eviction moratorium begins tomorrow. And while state officials say renters will be protected through the court system and $2 billion in relief money, housing activists are skeptical.


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