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Nonprofit Weekly Calls (Covid-19) - Shared screen with speaker view
LGeer
20:41
Latorrie Geer, CommunityWorks COO
Roxanne Mills
20:41
Roxanne Mills, Neighbor to Neighbor of SC
Larry Hembree
20:45
Larry Hembree, Columbia Children's Theatre
Mandy Black
20:46
Mandy Black, Executive Director at Little Steps in Greenville, SC
Dwaina Pinckney
20:47
Dwaina Pinckney - Community Faith Works, Project Manager
Catherine Schumacher
20:48
Catherine Schumacher, President & CEO, Public Education Partners
Alex Moor
20:53
Alexandra Moor, Be A Mentor, Executive Director, Charleston, SC
Joe
20:53
Joe Ward, SC Respite Coalition
ccurrey
21:01
Craig Currey, CEO Transitions Homeless Center
Sarah Covington-Kolb
21:02
Sarah Covington-Kolb, March of Dimes
debbie
21:04
Debbie Jaillette, Executive Director
Greta Young
21:08
Upstate of South Carolina
Mary Hipp
21:08
Mary Hipp Feed & Seed
Lili Coleman
21:10
Lili Coleman, Second Helpings
Sara Green
21:14
Sara Green, South Carolina Wildlife Federation
Catherine Puckett
21:14
Catherine Puckett, Interim Executive Director of Nonprofit Alliance, Greenville
Dean Hybl
21:16
Dean Hybl, Ten at the Top
Stacey One80 Place
21:17
Stacey Denaux, CEO
Emily Parrish
21:21
Emily Parrish Children's Attention Home Rock Hill, SC
Communities In Schools Of the Midlands
21:21
Tanika Epps - Communities In Schools of the Midlands
Kelley Ezell
21:21
Upstate Family Resource Center - Kelley Ezell
debbie
21:33
Debbie Jaillette, Executive Director, Lancaster County Council of the Arts
Staff
21:36
Angela Rodriguez, SC Spinal Cord Injury Association
leslie Lee - Arts Center of Kershaw County
21:41
Leslie Lee, Arts Center of Kershaw County
Tara Burgess
21:48
Tara Burgess, Director of Finance & Grants, Children's Attention Home
Elizabeth Howe
21:50
Elizabeth Howe, J. Marion Sims Foundation
Stacey One80 Place
21:51
Stacey Denaux, CEO, One80 Place - Charleston
Lili Coleman
21:52
Great resource...Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits document GOING FORWARD: Best Practices and Considerations for Nonprofit RE-engagement.
Tatjana Beylotte
21:55
Tatjana from Charleston Jazz
Sustaining Way
22:26
Alecia Brewster Sustaining Way, Greenville
Nancy Appel
24:27
Good results for GTN. Glad we participated. People really want to help.
Hannah’s iPhone
24:29
Hannah Dixon, PMAC, Greenville
Alex Moor
25:34
Fully virtually
Sustaining Way
25:40
mostly virtual
Dwaina Pinckney
25:42
Totally virtual
Catherine Schumacher
25:43
Fully virtually
Roxanne Mills
25:44
Neighbor to Neighbor is 100% virtual, except for meeting at food pantries to encourage volunteers making deliveries
jeff
25:46
Fully virtual at this point.
Sarah Covington-Kolb
25:50
March of Dimes is fully virtual
Joe
25:53
mostly virtual
Anita Case
25:53
Our staff are mostly working in office.
dawnpatton
25:54
Hybrid - some home and some office/park
Greta Young
25:59
The Parenting Place are operating virtually
Lili Coleman
26:01
Alternating staff in office and working at home when not in the office.
Amy Armstrong
26:04
SCELP has been mostly virtual, but have two employees that still come into the office regularly.
Mary Hipp
26:19
Almost all virtually except when on the farms
Staff
26:21
SC Spinal Cord Injury Association, completely virtual.
debbie
26:26
mostly virtual, but still involved in our public art installations (without celebratory audiences)
Amy Splittgerber
27:00
A hybrid, both in office, in community and virtual.
Hannah’s iPhone
27:11
hybrid - we are an after-school program and doing virtual meetings with the kids and a lot of phone calls with parents but also delivering food and activities weekly and just started some very safe sanitary bike rides with kids
Stacey One80 Place
27:42
On-site and virtual - continuous operations
ccurrey
28:10
Transitions is fully functional--most staff members are at work. The few that can go home have, but come in some during the week at selected times. Much is done by phone conference and calls to clients.
Mandy Black
32:14
We are utilizing Zoom to continue services to young parents in our program for group sessions and individual meetings. We are also hosting curbside pick-ups every other week for these families to pick up diapers, food, and other necessities. Our staff members are primarily working from home and utilizing Zoom for our main platform for communication.
LGeer
33:26
Working virtually.
Madeleine McGee
36:38
Pardoning PTO -That’s big
Madeleine McGee
39:22
For smaller organizations without FYI HR staff - don’t let all these wonderful ideas overwhelm. Just Pick one or two ideas that you might implement
Sustaining Way
39:36
Thanks! Are you willing to share your slides?
dawnpatton
39:45
Thats great info! Packet is wonderful!
Madeleine McGee
40:07
Ofcourse the presentation will be shared - recording too
Lili Coleman
40:50
Suggestion in my resource: "employers that do not currently offer sick leave to some or all of their employees may want to draft non-punitive "emergency sick leave" policies.
Madeleine McGee
41:58
Good equity focus to treat hourly employees who may not be able to work equally to FT staff
Madeleine McGee
47:06
Stig -this is more of a mission question, but has this shelter in home period resulted in an increase in demand for your resources for guidance for teens?
Sarah Covington-Kolb
48:09
I really appreciate the emphasis on empathy and small tokens of concern and appreciation.
Sarah Covington-Kolb
48:29
From both speakers
Catherine Schumacher
52:00
We are using Slack and it's been great.
Kendall Biga
52:12
We use Slack as well!
Madeleine McGee
56:42
Q of presenters - does your organization have adopted statements of equity?
Alex Moor
59:42
Zoom Trivia using Kahoot!
Hannah’s iPhone
01:01:09
Yes! We have done Zoom Trivia and it has been so fun!
Sarah Covington-Kolb
01:02:29
Well done!
Ci Ci Holloway
01:04:18
Jennifer, The Statistics say alcohol consumption is up over 400%...vodka, tequila, all of it!
Madeleine McGee
01:07:24
Fail forward! I like that Jennifer
Debbie Nelson
01:09:50
Do you have any questions for the panel?
Madeleine McGee
01:11:03
Stacey - you are giving new meaning to MBWA - Management By Walking Around - taking temps. etc
Stacey One80 Place
01:11:34
I have learned more about this organization in the past two months than the prior 15 years!
LGeer
01:11:37
Do you have sample surveys to share on employees experience working remotely
Madeleine McGee
01:11:58
Q- For CEO’s without HR staff in small shops -what would you say are the top 3 things they should do?
Donna Ortega
01:13:27
Any guidance for on-boarding new employees in a virtual environment?
Ci Ci Holloway
01:14:14
The Library will continue to use Zoom for onboarding meetings; collecting documents in DocuSign.
Madeleine McGee
01:15:07
Love that idea of a celebratory party!! Think we can do by February ? Who knows.
Shayne Kinloch - Together SC
01:19:19
Donna, yes we have a resource for Virtual Onboard During a Pandemic on Together SC's Reopening Blog, find it here: https://www.togethersc.org/blog/reopening-together---updated-daily
Dwaina Pinckney
01:19:47
Thank you!
jeff
01:19:48
Thank you!