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Nonprofit Weekly Calls (Covid-19) - Shared screen with speaker view
Bob Hervey
20:08
Bob Hervey East Cooper Habitat for Humanity
Lindsey Shealy
20:18
Lindsey Shealy, Cure Sanfilippo Foundation
Kim CCOC
20:20
Kim Melick Children's Cancer Partners
Sharon
20:20
Sharon Wilson, COO Greenville Humane Society- Greenville
DDouthat
20:21
Dale Douthat@ UW Lowcountry, Beaufort SC
Eleanor Vaughn
20:21
John Jaraczewski, Greenville Literacy Association
Laura Allen
20:22
Laura Allen, Children's Cancer Partners of the Carolinas, Our footprint is all of SC
Marc A. Pitman
20:22
Marc Pitman, Concord Leadership Group, serve the world based here in Greenville, SC #yeahTHATgreenville
bgardiner
20:25
Betty Gardiner, SC First Steps, bgardiner@scfirststeps.org
pamtemple
20:28
Pam Temple J Marion Sims Foundation
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
20:36
scemployersblog.com - HSB’s COVID-19 resources
DGreen
20:39
David Green from Osprey Village here - we serve adults with developmental disabilities in Beaufort & Jasper counties
Tim Veeck
20:43
Tim Veeck, Habitat for Humanity of York County
ttodd
20:44
Tracey Todd, Middleton Place Foundation
Larry Hembree
20:47
Larry Hembree, Columbia Children's Theatre
tamaraherring
20:48
Tamara Herring - Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage (Jasper, Beaufort, Colleton & Hampton)
Malcolm Gordge
20:55
Malcolm Gordge with Camp Discovery in Blythewood, SC.
awilson
20:57
Amy Wilson, One80 Place
Katy Smith
21:00
Katy Smith, Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy
Alissa Lietzow
21:00
Alissa Lietzow, Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services, free civil legal aid
Emily Parrish
21:03
Emily Parrish, Children's Attention Home Rock Hill, SC
Cara
21:09
Hi. Cara Senterfeit from Beginnings SC. We do all things related to supporting deaf and hard of hearing children. I’m leaving video off to save bandwidth.
LaTisha Vaughn
21:10
LaTisha Vaughn, Tri-County Cradle to Career, Tri-County Region (Charleston, Berkeley, Dorchester Counties)
Joe
21:32
Joe Kunkel - Neighbor to Neighbor - Serving Georgetown and Horry Counties - focused on coordinating services and easily sharing and collecting data on behalf of seniors affected by COVID-19 - joe.kunkel@riden2n.org
Becca Neighbor to Neighbor
21:36
Becca Bova, Internal Coordinator with Neighbor to Neighbor of SC, Myrtle Beach - Transportation for Seniors and Homebound Adults
Demetrius Pyburn
21:38
scemployersblog.com - HSB’s COVID-19 resources
Karen Nichols
21:56
Karen Nichols, Upper Midlands Rural Health Network, covering Chester, Fairfield, and Lancaster counties
Tara Burgess
21:56
Tara Burgess, Children's Attention Home (Rock Hill, SC)
Becca Neighbor to Neighbor
21:56
Rebecca.bova@riden2n.org
Tracy Bowie
22:50
Tracy Bowie, Rape Crisis Center, Myrtle Beach
Brandi (Together SC)\
23:40
Federal Coronavirus Relief Bills: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yTDrfAdQVM
Brandi (Together SC)\
24:14
Greenville Nonprofit Alliance Slide Deck: https://greenvillephilanthropy.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/NPA-COVID-2020.3.31-final-version.pdf
Brandi (Together SC)\
24:53
Cares Act Loan Options: https://www.councilofnonprofits.org/sites/default/files/documents/cares-act-loan-options-for-nonprofits.pdf
Dale Threatt-Taylor
25:04
Dale Threatt-Taylor, The Nature Conservancy South Carolina
Brandi (Together SC)\
25:26
Nonprofits and Unemployment Insurance: https://www.councilofnonprofits.org/thought-leadership/self-insured-nonprofits-and-unemployment-insurance
Katy Smith
26:32
can everyone not speaking please mute?
Laura Allen
27:15
Is it just the amount over 100k or the entire amount?
Sara Green
27:38
When we calculate "payroll costs", we don't include rent & utilities, right? But then the loan can be used to pay those items....
Katy Smith
28:11
Yes Sara. And payroll also includes benefits
Laura Allen
28:19
is the entire loan forgivable or just for salaries and for what period?
Merridith
31:21
I have a board member that seems to think attorneys can be retained to review scenarios and apply for the loans on behalf of NPOs and then get reimbursed by the govt. Is this a rumor?
dodih
32:22
I got an email from our bank with information last night about 1am
jameehaley
32:39
You just can’t include any salaries of $100k in your calculation to my understanding.
jameehaley
33:08
75% has to be used for payroll
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
33:35
I am not aware of reimbursement for attorney’s or other professional services compliance fees - are you Pery?
jameehaley
33:59
Salaries & benefit, rent, mortgage, utilities are approved uses of the loan
dodih
34:23
Is there time limit on how long employees can be paid with the funds?
Merridith
34:27
This doesn't affect me, but doesn't the $100K threshold mean that you cannot include $$$ above the $100K in the calculation. Meaning if you made $105K you could only include the first $100K in the calculation but not the $5K.
jameehaley
34:44
You don’t need to hire anyone to complete these applications for you. They are simple
Paige Knowlson
34:56
If we use a PEO, our payroll administration is included in our payroll invoice. This should be factored out when calculating our average monthly payroll, correct?
Lana Kleiman
35:03
can part-time employees apply for state UI benefits?
pmaclennan
35:49
Yes Lana!
pmaclennan
36:01
and tell Steve hello for me
Sara Green
36:22
Can we include contractors in payroll calculations?
Lana Kleiman
36:23
I will, he just saw you on my screen and waived hello.
pmaclennan
36:56
Yes, apparently you can include contractors @Sara
Sara Green
37:02
Thank you!
Tim Veeck
37:23
If an employer submits the unemployment claim on behalf of their furloughed employees, that removes the active seeking requirement, is that correct?
Ronald McInnis
37:42
Are they adding 600 dollars on top of the regular payments
jameehaley
38:09
How large can my loan be? Loans can be for up to two months of your average monthly payroll costs from the last year plus an additional 25% of that amount. That amount is subject to a $10 million cap. If you are a seasonal or new business, you will use different applicable time periods for your calculation. Payroll costs will be capped at $100,000 annualized for each employee.
pmaclennan
38:36
I don't think you can include PEO admin costs
pmaclennan
39:45
yes @Meredith - only include $100K, not amounts over
pmaclennan
40:20
@dodih - costs incurred within 8 weeks after loan origination are eligible for forgiveness
Lana Kleiman
40:26
I was told by my accountant you can’t include PEO admin costs
Merridith
40:30
Thanks. Jamie.
Merridith
43:11
no
Lana Kleiman
43:13
no
Katy Smith
43:22
could be a bandwidth problem?
Amy Armstrong
43:23
I cannot hear him
Merridith
43:23
still no
Laura Allen
43:25
cant hear him
Paula Marion
43:27
cannot hear him
Merridith
43:34
he can dial in on his phone
Merridith
43:40
that will guarantee volume
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
43:42
IRS Notice 2020-62 Employee Retention Credit https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/irs-employee-retention-credit-available-for-many-businesses-financially-impacted-by-covid-19
jameehaley
43:52
@Sara Green that is correct
pmaclennan
44:24
Agree with Jamie that you likely don't need assistance filing for the loan. For what its worth, I think attorneys can be considered as agents and get reimbursed
Paula Marion
45:43
yes
Merridith
45:57
Demetrius needs to turn off his computer audio and just use the phone...or there will be reverb
Joe
46:30
For "Employer Status Report" form, it asks in Section 2, question 13, 'List ALL owners or corporate officers...' what do we as a nonprofit put here? Our Officers' info? It asks for their SSN?
Demetrius Pyburn
47:18
Lana- PT employees can apply for SC UI benefits
Merridith
47:53
Are officers the CEO, COO, CFO, etc? Or are these officers of our board?
dodih
49:08
Just to confirm, we'll get the ppt file in our email with all of the slides?
Brandi (Together SC)\
49:41
Yes, the power point and meeting recorded will be included in the follow up email.
pmaclennan
50:26
I would be interested to get Jamie's thoughts, but I would imagine you could choose EITHER board officers or ED, etc.
pmaclennan
50:44
No @jasonjohnson
Demetrius Pyburn
53:10
Joe- The system was not built for non-profit employers. Having officers SSN and addresses is a part of the authentication process. So long as you're dealing with the government, I think you are fine to give the officer's social security number or designate one officer and state they have 100%, the reiterate to the department that the nonprofit corporation has an EIN and give that to them and the 501(c)(3) form.
Joe
53:47
ty
Paula Marion
57:30
what if this is a temporary layoff?
Merridith
57:53
I thought we just need to bring employees BACK by June 30 to be eligible for SBA Paycheck Protection Program...my layoffs are designed to be temporary!
Paula Marion
58:00
we were told if temporary layoff - basically same as layoff
Joe
58:57
We have had difficulty in working with SC Department of Employment and Workforce as we move to beyond 4 employees. Is there a contact who we can schedule time with to provide correct information to us? We have received different things from different people on the phone.
Tim Veeck
01:00:03
So are you saying furloughed employees cannot access unemployment benefits?
Merridith
01:01:27
Do we know if the PPP will be reduced if we receive dht e$10K EIDL loan?
DGreen
01:02:21
I believe that EIDL and PPP loans cannot be used to cover the same expenses.
Joe
01:02:30
Question: What are the eligible date ranges for the nonprofits to invoice the PPP loans?
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:02:38
Meredith and Brandi - you are welcome to post our slides - they should answer many of the questions of your members
Marc A. Pitman
01:03:13
Woo-hoo!
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:03:19
Tim - Yes, if you furlough instead of laying off, unemployment benefits are not revoerable
Merridith
01:03:22
Hi Mark!
Brandi (Together SC)\
01:03:27
Nonprofit Impact Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NonprofitImpact
Merridith
01:03:29
Marc!
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:03:46
temporary layoff = unemployment - if COVID special rules apply
Debbie Nelson
01:03:53
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NonprofitImpact
Marc A. Pitman
01:04:29
What?! Of course we can ask…respectfully. :)
Demetrius Pyburn
01:04:43
Paula- Temporary layoffs are the same as layoffs.
Tim Veeck
01:04:47
Chris, can you provide the specific links related to furlough/temporary layoff and unemployment benefits? All info on the SCDEW site two weeks seemed to indicate that furloughed employees were able to receive unemployment.
Carole Swiecicki
01:05:08
Thanks so much!!
Marc A. Pitman
01:05:08
Thank y’all!
Cara
01:05:10
Thank you!!!!
Amy Armstrong
01:05:11
thanks!
tamaraherring
01:05:12
Thanks YOU!!!
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:05:14
Thanks for having us - tough times these days so hang in there and keep reading
Debbie Nelson
01:05:14
Thank you
Paula Marion
01:05:14
Thank you!
Robin Berlinsky
01:05:14
THANK YOU! Very helpful.
Joe
01:05:19
TY!
Donna V.S. Ortega
01:05:20
Thank you!
Eleanor Vaughn
01:05:25
Thank you all
Laura Allen
01:05:29
Thank you! This is most helpful
pamtemple
01:05:30
Thank you!
pamtemple
01:05:53
👍
Joe
01:05:55
so just to confirm, the PPP loan will cover 8-weeks total?
Malcolm Gordge
01:05:56
Thank you All! Very helpful - we appreciate you.
Cara
01:06:19
Thumbs up!
pmaclennan
01:06:19
@Joe - yes you've got 8 weeks from date of loan origination to incur or pay the costs
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:06:22
Tim - no links that explain that but see our slides and be sure to call Demetrius with SCDEW questions - he can tell you what benefits are available and not
Demetrius Pyburn
01:06:28
Temporary lay offs or closing due to COVID would be eligible for UI.
Chris Gantt-Sorenson
01:06:37
thank you D
Ronald McInnis
01:06:39
Thank you
Sara Green
01:06:41
Thank you all! Very helpful!!
helenrogers
01:06:41
Thank you!
Malcolm Gordge
01:06:42
Sessions are the best
Joe
01:06:42
ty!
tamaraherring
01:07:38
Thanks!!
Tim Veeck
01:07:48
So if our operations are closed due to COVID and we furloughed employees, they could be eligible for unemployment benefits?
pmaclennan
01:07:59
yes
pmaclennan
01:08:02
@Tim
Tim Veeck
01:08:30
Yes, we files as the employer on behalf of our furloughed employees
Tim Veeck
01:09:35
Is there a specific definition of closure? Our construction and ReStores are completely shut down and office closed to public.