COVID-19: How Nonprofits Are Reacting To Crisis
Inspired Media 360 dedicated a day of interviews to talk with nonprofit leaders about how they are reacting to this crisis and what challenges they have to deal with from an organizational standpoint.
Several nonprofits have moved quickly to create virtual events.
Carey Pena interviews:
(1) Open Hearts Family Wellness AZ: Dealing with mental and behavioral health
(2) one n ten: Reaching out to the LGBTQ community in crisis
(3) Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation: Caring for children and protecting frontline healthcare workers + creating a virtual event for hospital supporters
(4) Common Sense Media: Teamed up with Google and Zoom to launch a new website for parents to use as a resource and a learning tool for children
(5) Valleywise Health: Telemedicine and providing PPE for frontline healthcare workers
(6) Arizona Theatre Company: Moving to online platforms to share acting and artistic classes
(7) GiGis Playhouse Phoenix: Serving thousands of children with Down Syndrome and their families while social distancing. Moving to online outreach.
(8) Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels: Emergency assistance for children with cancer and their families.
(9) Circle the City: Massive outreach to the homeless