Florida’s Local Nonprofit News, Events and Chat for Wednesday - April 1
The latest local Tallahassee/Jacksonville/Orlando/Miami area nonprofit news to help power your network, strengthen your organization and keep you involved with your professional peers, funders, competitors and cohorts!
Many of the families we serve are facing challenges related to unemployment or meeting concrete needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can help us meet these families' needs. To learn more or give during #TheAmazingGiveRelief, visit https://t.co/99q0VowJBs.
Proud to be a part of @UF where research leads us to collaborate across departments. The Harn assisted in an acrylic box prototype limiting aerosol exposure during intubation with @UFHealth Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine; and UF Infinity Fab Lab.
Taking a #BrainBreak is good for you because it keeps you emotionally and mentally healthy. Make sure to step outside and get some fresh air! #distancelearning
Distance learning is an adjustment for all of us because it's very different from learning in a traditional classroom. In between assignments, go for a walk, stretch, or try some mindfulness exercises to stay relaxed and focused! #GoingTheDistancePBCSD
A key component to our intake process comes from the #Miami community — our legal panel needs your assistance in reporting civil rights violations you may experience or witness in this time of COVID-19.
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Happy #AprilFoolsDay from The #RinglingArchives! This parade float sketch by Miles White makes the Clown King look as if he is being carried around by monkeys in fabulous costumes, but if you look closely- his notes show the Clown King would really be walking inside the box!
APPLY NOW for 2021-2022 DCA GRANTS! Applications for the General Program Support, Specific Cultural Project, Cultural Facilities and Cultural Endowment programs are available NOW through June 1, 2020. Visit https://t.co/ZODydXQY7N
"Is Census data private?"
Yes. The Census Bureau is subject to some of the strongest privacy protections in federal law. Private info collected through any survey conducted by the Census Bureau can never be published.
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An important message from the National Association of IOLTA Programs: https://t.co/DenyfwObPW
"NAIP members project revenues will drop by as much as 75% over the next year, forcing them to sharply reduce legal aid grants just as the need for legal help from the public peaks."