Stay-at-home orders, self-quarantining by those exposed or at high-risk, physical distancing, and various public and private health measures in place can create the misimpression that we’re all disconnected and isolated. But whether you’re a hero working on the frontlines for a nonprofit providing health care, shelter services, child care, or other human services, or you’re wearing a different cape as a multi-tasking parent/teacher/nonprofit employee working remotely from home, you know you’re not alone. Still, you are curious: what are other nonprofits experiencing?

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