- Tech Soup recently presented a webinar titled “PPP Forgiveness and Payroll Forgiveness” to guide nonprofit leaders in preparing year-end W-2s and 1099s to comply with significant payroll cost reporting in Paycheck Protection Program loan forgiveness applications. Get a step-by-step walk-through of how to get ready for payroll reporting, including PPP forgiveness payroll reporting requirements.
- An article by Nonprofit Quarterly also addresses the topic in an article titled “PPP Loan Management and Forgiveness: A Timely Interview with FMA“.
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As a collaborating partner, Cincinnati ToolBank is sharing free masks and hand sanitizer for nonprofit distribution at OneSource Center’s location in addition to distribution from their offices. PPE items available include hand sanitizer (12.2 fluid ounce bottles) and disposable surgical masks.
Free PPE supplies are available through two locations:
- OneSource Center Shoppers Club members can pick up free items at the 936 Dalton Avenue location. (Items are available to all nonprofits the last Wednesday of the month at Open Shopping Day.)
- All nonprofits can also order quantities of PPE items from Cincinnati ToolBank and arrange for pick-up at their 1682 E Seymour Ave. (Order at the Cincinnati ToolBank member order site or the non-member order site.) (Non-members will be asked to register their organization, but do not have to pay membership fees in order to obtain free PPE items.)
Quantities are limited, so plan now to get your free supplies! For any additional questions or concerns, please visit the ToolBank’s COVID Page, or contact their team at email@example.com or 513.246.0015.
These supplies are made available by donations from UPS, ToolBank USA and Bank of America.
As the new year begins, you are probably looking with fresh eyes at how your nonprofit is implementing its mission. Are there items you are reevaluating due to lack of resources, time or energy? OneSource Center offers free organizational assessments to give an objective look while reviewing a nonprofit’s work and can often give new perspective.
Additional services are offered in the areas of leadership development, strategic, financial and human resource planning. Our 100+ consultant team has guided countless nonprofits in their work for increased impact. It doesn’t cost a cent to talk to Vickie Ciotti and see how our team consulting approach could be utilized at your organization.
Top 10 Fundraising Predictions
Nonprofit management guru Laurence Pagnoni recently shared his Top 10 2021 Fundraising Predictions. Upon review, we noted how OneSource Center is our community’s resource for assistance as agencies move toward into 2021. (more…)
OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence is grateful for the following recent grant awards. $50,000 from the P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and $12,500 from the Ed and Joann Hubert Family Foundation to support 2021 consulting projects; $25,000 from the Hamilton County CARES Act funding for our Common Good Vouchers program; Scripps Howard Foundation for $2,000 in funding for a communications intern; and the Gannett Foundation for a $7,500 Community Thrives local operating grant.
Nonprofits: Visit us the last Wednesday of every month for OneSource Center Shoppers Club’s “Open Shopping Day”! All qualifying tax-exempt organizations including public and private schools, government bodies and religious institutions can shop monthly on this day. Nonprofits wanting unlimited weekday access to the Shoppers Club are asked to become Shoppers Club members, with membership usually recouped at the first visit.
Open Shopping Day details: Please provide proof of tax-exempt status, and payment must be made by organization check, purchase order or credit card.)
Want to learn more about our Shoppers Club? Visit here: OneSourceCenter.org/OneSource-Center-Shoppers-Club