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COVID-19 disrupted the way we work and host events for the foreseeable future. As virtual fundraising events become the new norm, it’s important for the nonprofit industry to have the technology on hand to connect with their sponsors and employees.
While some nonprofits can switch to virtual events, not every organization can. For organizations that must host in-person events (i.e. soup kitchens), standard practice should be to ensure that all volunteers are wearing masks and gloves and follow social distancing guidelines. Stay up-to-date with changes in grant application requirements — some foundations have even loosened their requirements so more organizations can be eligible for funds.
By taking advantage of best-in-class people management solutions, you can ensure that your people get the information they need, when and where they need it. Plus, you’ll be able to remain compliant, and keep your employees’ safety as the number one priority. With mobile capabilities, you’ll be able to communicate important information to all your people, no matter where they are. User-friendly platform configurability can help you seamlessly determine field-level security. Minimize unnecessary employee contact with a virtual file management and case management system. Plus, you’ll be able to easily locate records and important files, without burdening HR.
As the country continues to reopen, it’s important to continuously check your state’s guidelines for hosting events.