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CNM Nonprofit Town-hall - Shared screen with speaker view
Leah Mangrum
01:16:04
should participants remain muted or should we unmute and start video?
Marisa Swystun
01:16:18
Yes please
trishcristhome
01:16:18
yes
trishcristhome
01:16:25
mute and starat video
True Artist
01:16:28
I alwasy go mute if not speaking
Marisa Swystun
01:17:47
Resource: Brene Brown, Unlocking us (podcast)
Brad Palmertree
01:19:36
Resource (Vu Le): https://nonprofitaf.com/2020/03/things-are-not-normal-its-ok-to-not-be-ok/
Marisa Swystun
01:19:57
Please include your name and email along with your chat question. Thank you!
shan.foster
01:23:49
Is that specific to any area?
Marisa Swystun
01:23:50
marisa@cnm.org - reach out if you can use the help of HCA's redeployed food service workers
Marisa Swystun
01:24:00
Not sure - feel free to send me your needs and I'll look into it
shan.foster
01:24:08
Ok, thanks
Viva Price
01:24:22
I'm interested! We're disbursing meals and snacks at this time.
David A Jackson
01:25:27
Will the survey results be shared online?
Marisa Swystun
01:27:17
share on CNM's crisis-relief resource page: https://www.cnm.org/crisis-response/
David A Jackson
01:27:37
thank you
Marisa Swystun
01:27:49
Sorry... here's the full message: @David yes, we're working through how best to share on CNM's crisis-relief resource page: https://www.cnm.org/crisis-response/
Marian Ott
01:27:54
How many respondents were there?
Marisa Swystun
01:28:15
I think we ended up with 250 respondents
Kenyatta Andrews
01:29:26
Will there be a charge for Crisis Consulting
Brad Palmertree
01:29:30
@Marian: Yes, Between 240-250 people responded between Thursday-Tuesday when the survey was open
Ace Timmermeier
01:29:58
HCA's redeployed food service workers: What is the service area? Central to Nashville/Davidson County? In Robertson County we may have a need for additional supports for our soup kitchen in the near future.
Marisa Swystun
01:30:02
@kenyatta I'll pass this on as a question for Tari to address
Marisa Swystun
01:30:48
@Ace reach out to me via email at Marisa@cnm.org and I'll get you in touch with HCA
Kenyatta Andrews
01:31:19
Kenyatta Andrews - KAndrews@nmaam.org
Nicholas Weaver
01:31:28
Is there a way for subject matter experts to assist with the crisis consulting?
Ace Timmermeier
01:31:38
@Marisa thank you.
Andrew B Brown
01:32:08
Can you share these slides and resources after the video conference. abrown36@utm.edu thanks
Candace
01:32:36
Hello everyone, this is Candace Clippard (Executive Director at Day 7). We coach and connect nonprofit staff to self-care resources. We are about to launch a “Front Lines Fund”. We want to offer free counseling, self-care coaching, guided soul care days, and spiritual direction to any nonprofit staff who’s front line work is continuing in addition to medical staff. We don’t know how successful this fund will be, and we haven’t determined how to distribute funds yet…day by day shifting and new ideas. We do know we want to be serving our nonprofit community during this difficult season. I welcome any ideas anyone may have. My email is candace@day-7.org. In addition, we are posting daily stories on our Instagram and Facebook feeds with online fitness, nutrition, general health, mindfulness, and faith-based resources. We want to do all we can to support your health and wellness while you care for others!
Melissa McWilliams
01:32:42
are the crisis support events open like this one??
Tennessee Innocence Project
01:33:01
I'd also like a copy of these slides if possible. Marisela@tninnocence.org
shan.foster
01:33:20
What is the date that "Meet the Funders" is rescheduled to?
Marisa Swystun
01:33:22
Thanks Candace!
Laurie Kush
01:33:36
copy of the slides to lkush@saddleupnashville.org, please!
Hillary Musice
01:34:05
@shan.foster it is on the same date, just moving to Zoom. April 3 at 9 am.
Marisa Swystun
01:34:15
Hey all: We'll make the slides available one our website at https://www.cnm.org/crisis-response/
Randy Davis
01:34:17
Teri,
Marisa Swystun
01:34:26
@shan.foster - yes!
KKaresh
01:35:58
Kim Karesh from NALC: is anyone watching the new legislation and creating a guide for what will apply to us specifically?
Grace
01:36:43
Thank you for reaching out to nonprofits, offering the town halls and advocating for our inclusion in COVID-19 economic relief!
shan.foster
01:37:34
Are you hearing of any housing available for homeless or victims who have a positive COVID19 test?
Margie Quin
01:37:35
Look forward to hearing from Mimi Bliss about communications. Talking with staff, clients, donors and community is critical right now.
Melissa McWilliams
01:38:02
hahah oh no
Lorri Marlow
01:38:03
I think everyone needs to mute themselves again
Teresa Davidson
01:38:42
Are nonprofits considered small business and available to get the l
Lindsey Wood
01:38:55
I think you should re-mute everyone and then have people use the Raise Hand function if they want to speak.
Margie Quin
01:38:58
I'd also love to hear the answer to Shan's question
kurthnd
01:39:00
You can keep everyone muted and have people "raise their hand" where you can then unmute that individual person.
lhobson
01:39:21
are you going to show the results of the survey?
David Moore
01:40:04
Look at Grassroots Grantmakers for gifts to individuals
Brad Palmertree
01:40:31
@Shan re: Metro has established three shelters for our unhoused community members. One is for those who have tested positive; one for those awaiting test results; another for those without symptoms
David Moore
01:40:38
https://grassrootsgrantmakers.org/
Elizabeth Madsen
01:40:40
The Community Foundation can help set up and run this kind of fund.
KKaresh
01:40:59
Is there a resource we could have to help people know how to get the relief funds that are available?
Brad Palmertree
01:41:03
@Teresa: Yes, nonprofits are considered a small business & eligible for the SBA loans
Samantha S.
01:41:23
Samantha SwiftSamantha.Swift@ascension.orgThe Small Business Administration has funds, you could also donate to other public services already providing expense relief.
Samantha S.
01:41:56
I'm actually making a resource cheat sheet for work if you would like a copy of it.
Melissa Looby
01:41:59
Positive and awaiting cases are being housed at the Fairgrounds!
Samantha S.
01:42:03
@kkaresh
Susannah
01:42:12
There's a working group that working on issues relating to people experiencing homelessness
Melissa Looby
01:42:24
Metro is currently seeking volunteers for the Fairgrounds temporary shelter (positive and awaiting cases)
Kathryn Swanton
01:42:25
Does a nonprofit have the ability to give a loan to an employee who is struggling? I have had that option with past employers and it may be an option for you all if you have employees who need extra assistance.
tamara.kreigh
01:44:32
The IRS has a new page on their website with information:
tamara.kreigh
01:44:37
https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus
Marisa Swystun
01:44:39
Thanks @tamara
David Moore
01:44:47
Independent Sector is tracking and updating on the federal legislation: https://independentsector.org/news-post/unifying-our-sectors-response/
David Moore
01:45:18
https://independentsector.org/events/march-monthly-policy-update-4/
Samantha S.
01:46:10
For Nashville area, I will be making a resource cheat sheet today for relief resources in the area for families and patients. If anyone is interested in a copy, please email samantha.swift@ascension.org. Also, if anyone already has a version of their own, I'd love a copy. Thank you!
Tee Wilson (Gideon's Army)
01:46:28
In North Nashville - we have a strong system within Gideon’s Army and McGruder Family Resource Center to reach our families and provide services, food, and support. McGruder has been invaluable in being a direct connection to the students and families.
Kathryn Swanton
01:46:30
Also, has anyone thought of revamping their social media campaigns? Now I think is a great time to gain awareness and explore different platforms. Your donors are at home glued to their phones and TV. Use that to your advantage!
karen
01:46:43
resource for contacting legislators re: nonprofit aid
karen
01:46:48
https://independentsector.quorum.us/campaign/25264/
Bradley Brown
01:47:13
Kathryn, we at Nashville Shakespeare Festival are doing some fun social media stuff...
David Moore
01:47:19
On cash gifts - see Give Directly: https://www.givedirectly.org/covid-19/
sheila.holman
01:47:29
The YW is initiating an online fundraiser starting Monday to replace our Spring Breakfast!
Kathryn Swanton
01:49:39
Woo hoo! Now is the time to start playing around with snapchat or TikTok. You tube is great too. Don't forget about online auctions and raffles - methods like that allow people to donate from home and get excited (and hopeful)about the future.
tamara.kreigh
01:49:58
Samantha S: check out this website: https://www.nashvilleresponsefund.com/individuals
Samantha S.
01:50:30
Thank you!
Brad Palmertree
01:50:47
FUNDRAISING SUPPORT: Bidcoz.com is waiving their annual license fee ($895) for nonprofits who need to host an online auction fundraiser. https://www.bidcoz.com/special-waiver/
Kathryn Swanton
01:51:05
Love that!
Leah Mangrum
01:51:12
what organization is Sara representing?
Nicholas Weaver
01:51:22
Thanks for sharing!
Bradley Brown
01:51:23
Thank you, Brad!
Teri Sloan
01:51:35
Sara is with the Conflict Resolution Center.
jennmariewheeler
01:52:17
Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee is offering virtual programming through social media. www.facebook.com/GreatFuturesStartHere/ We’re also sharing educational and food resources with parents.
Teri Sloan
01:53:38
The Nashville Food Project is still offering food resources to partners who have clients in need of meal or grocery support. If this is of interest, reach out to me at teri@thenashvillefoodproject.org.
Bradley Brown
01:54:07
Tomorrow night at 7pm, Nashville Shakespeare Festival is doing a fun Facebook live stream of our 2016 Shakespeare in the Park production of Comedy of Errors with original music by (and starring) the late, great David Olney. That is one way that NSF is finding alternatives for normal programming.
Leah Mangrum
01:54:18
Susan, thank you for sharing. What's the name of your organization, again? Sorry I keep missing it. :)
OFS
01:54:37
Is everyone using Zoom for virtual services, particularly those that are confidential in nature? I was on a webinar yesterday with NNEDV and they advised against it for confidentiality reasons - this is Becky Bullard from the Office of Family Safety
Lisa Shacklett
01:54:46
Young Leaders Council is currently training 115 students for nonprofit board leadership, and of course today’s challenges are providing a rich learning environment. We were able to pivot to online classes via Zoom, and all presenters have adapted their training to address this situation. We are seeking nonprofits who are interested in hosting board interns, who can continue to serve as a full board member after their one year internship. If we can serve your organization, please reach out to me at Lisa@youngleaderscouncil.org
Bradley Brown
01:55:14
@OFS - WebEx?
Tee Wilson (Gideon's Army)
01:55:31
@Lisa - Gideon’s Army will be reaching out.
David Moore
01:55:32
Zoom when a closed meeting is HIPA compliant for confidentiality. It is not if it is an open public link.
jennifergalligan
01:56:23
Lisa, we are always available for interns at Junior Achievement of Middle TN. My email is jenniferg@janash.com
Teri Sloan
01:56:26
Thank you Gideon's Army for all you're doing in North Nashville right now!
RodgerD
01:56:35
STARS is offering supports to MNPS students and 7 other counties in Middle TN. via Zoom and other district platforms they use.
Joan Borinstein
01:56:36
Learning Matters is ensuring all of our MNPS students with IEPs receiving our services virtually. We
lhobson
01:56:42
This is Laura Hobson, CEO Faith Family Medical Center. We provide medical care for working individuals and have instituted an interim policy to accept those who have lost their jobs. Please tell your clients or employees to contact us for eligibility to see the doctor or nurse practitioner at affordable fees. We offer primary care, a wellness program and comprehensive specialty care. We are located in the Medical Center area. Please contact us at 615-341-0808
Anita Teague
01:56:43
We are providing our direct services through video teleconferencing right now. We are able to use Google Duo and Google Meet solely becuase we have a Business Associate Agreement with Google/G Suite which covers HIPAA
Leah Mangrum
01:57:22
Jeff- organization website again please?
lhobson
01:58:17
How do you raise your hand?
Tee Wilson (Gideon's Army)
01:58:30
Thank you @Teri
Tennessee Innocence Project
01:58:43
Click on participants at the bottom of your screen
Tina
01:59:07
What is Candace's organization?
Candace
01:59:15
www.day-7.org
Jackie Russell
01:59:19
what org was the self-care resources person with?
David Moore
01:59:24
You raise your hand after you click on Participants. You can raise hand or offer other icon feedback.
Grace
01:59:32
Since many are sharing services, I think it would be helpful for CNM to include a resource list organized in categories or by population groups highlighting key services non-profits are offering & link/phone number to access. I'm happy to share a brief summary on senior services from our recent Leadership Council with 18 agencies
Melissa McWilliams
02:00:34
OH NO!!!
LaToya Lowery
02:00:50
That is HORRIBLE!!
Chelsea Cahill
02:00:51
Revisiting Shan’s question - in regards to helping kids right now, it feels like there are a lot of organizations with their own initiatives - is there a way we can see who is doing what and figure out how we can support?
David Moore
02:01:12
https://www.businessinsider.com/zoom-settings-change-avoids-trolls-porn-2020-3
lhobson
02:01:33
Grace, a resource list of nonprofits and their services would be very helpful. Laura
Franko-Nashville Shakespeare Festival
02:01:35
@Stephanie, thanks for letting us know! We'll ponder that with our FB stream https://www.facebook.com/nashvilleshakes
Jessica Gibbons-Benton
02:01:35
Thank you for bringing this up! I will definitely read up on how to safe guard our Zooms
Melissa McWilliams
02:01:54
I would love to see Chelsea Cahill's idea, as well
Tessa Lemos Del Pino
02:01:59
Thank you for sharing, Stephanie. That sounds awful!
Tee Wilson (Gideon's Army)
02:02:16
Yes Grace - that would be very helpful - cuz I can’t keep up with all the resources being sent via chat and people sharing verbally too.
Samantha S.
02:03:15
Yes I'm slightly overwhelmed as well. There are so many different resource pages.
Heather McBee - Nashville Entrepreneur Center
02:03:39
Are there any special resources for veterans during all of this?
Samantha S.
02:04:30
va.gov/coronavirus
Brad Palmertree
02:04:33
So many are asking for resource lists. We will save this chat and list the resources shared. If you have more to share from your organization or others, send to me & we'll post all resources on our crisis response page. brad@cnm.org
Marisa Swystun
02:04:43
https://www.cnm.org/crisis-response/
Melissa McWilliams
02:04:59
THANK YOU BRAD!
Joan Borinstein
02:05:09
Yes thx brad
Grace
02:06:02
Thanks, Brad. Will send you a list for seniors
Laurie Kush
02:07:50
loss of high school and college volunteers- what to do?
Samantha S.
02:08:08
Requesting resources for the undocumented.
vdr-kparolini
02:08:12
Great information. Thank you!
Viva Price
02:08:12
Thanks CNM! I somehow go stuck in the office without my laptop charger. So, I've gotta run home now. There are amazing services being offered in Nashville. I'm honored to work alongside everyone.
Marisa Swystun
02:08:32
@Laurie Hands On Nashville may be able to help, once volunteers are allowed to get back out there again. You can register a volunteer need at HON.org
Tennessee Innocence Project
02:09:06
Kathryn has been super helpful with Big Payback registration! Highly recommend signing up for that!
Laurie Kush
02:09:19
we use over 200 a week, and it is not episodic. help! We are already registered with HON.
Tessa Lemos Del Pino
02:09:22
Yes! She has been great!
Debbie Sykes
02:10:37
Nicholas- this is awesome! How are you reaching the students?
Teresa Davidson
02:11:16
what is marisa's email address?
Marisa Swystun
02:11:25
@Laurie HON had 26,000+ volunteers sign up through their system following the tornado. If should be able to set up a "recoccuring opportunity" reach out to Stephanie@hon.org if you need more info
Marisa Swystun
02:11:30
marisa@cnm.org
Hillary Musice
02:11:31
@teresa it is marisa@cnm.org
KaitlynJolley
02:12:18
Nicholas, I am connected with an MNPS elementary school and may be able to connect you with others through Community Achieves! What is your email address?
Renee H.
02:12:25
Our Food Bank remains open at Martha O'Bryan Center. I'll send the information to the resource list.
Chelsea Cahill
02:12:37
THANK YOU CNM!!!!
Tom ward
02:12:40
The greatest challenge for MNPS going on line is equity. We need to be as helpful as possible in being sure the same children left behind are not pushed even farther behind during this rollout of on line education.
Marisa Swystun
02:12:42
Awesome, @Renee!
Tennessee Innocence Project
02:12:50
We are the Volunteer State for a reason!
Elizabeth Madsen
02:13:03
Thank you, CNM team!
Sycamore TN
02:13:12
Laura Berlind lberlind@sycamoreinstituteTN.org Please let us know what you need in terms of data, research, and policy information!
Tonya Brown
02:13:12
We appreciate you CNM!
Bradley Brown
02:13:13
Everybody - stay strong, stay connected, and thank you all for caring for your causes!
Annie Reeves
02:13:18
Thank you, CNM! We appreciate it!
David Moore
02:13:19
https://www.councilofnonprofits.org/nonprofits-and-coronavirus-covid-19?fbclid=IwAR3AuFaCgVFEoshpxDfvrRnWbk359S4ziVTPmVIglw22SGnEJvKHus-u8CU
Samantha S.
02:13:21
Are there really 180 listeners?!
Nelda Fulghum
02:13:28
Thank you CNM. Stay Healthy Everyone
Teresa Davidson
02:13:34
Stay strong everyone and keep up the HOPE!
Marisa Swystun
02:13:35
There were 240 listeners at some point!
Candace
02:14:00
Thanks CNM- great call!
Marisa Swystun
02:14:00
Thank you to everyone for making time today, we really appreciate hearing from you
Tee Wilson (Gideon's Army)
02:14:36
Yes - peer group for crisis communicators please -
Laurie Kush
02:14:43
Thanks CNM!
Tee Wilson (Gideon's Army)
02:14:48
Cuz we stressed out! Lol
Nicholas Weaver
02:14:49
If anyone is interested in learning more about music and arts education provided via zoom, please feel free to email me at Nicholas.t.weaver@gmail.com
Kathryn Swanton
02:14:55
We can use groupme too
Lisa Shacklett
02:14:57
YLC is offering a Virtual Continuing Ed event tomorrow 11:30-1:00 on Social Enterprise - more info at www.youngleaderscouncil.org
Council on Aging
02:15:06
Thanks for convening this Zoom meeting today, CNM!
Lidia
02:15:08
Thank you!
Katey Burriss
02:15:18
Thank you!!!!