Time for change sign with LED light,” David Stewart. Credit: HomeGets.com

September 30, 2020; Sheboygan Press and Youth Today

Many nonprofit organizations have undergone adjustments to better serve their communities and stay afloat. Some have completely shifted from their traditional services to offer new programs that address the pressing issues of COVID-19, while others have been able to make minor changes to continue to fulfill their mission.

Several nonprofits have used this time to reimagine who they are and what they do. Often, they make their organizations better in the process.

Finding different ways to support staff, volunteers, and kids remote