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Interactive Map Pandemic Childcare Providers

4C for Children has created an interactive map of the current Pandemic Child Care Providers in Southwest Ohio and the Miami Valley. Visit the Ohio Department of Job & Family Services webpage for more information: Coronavirus Pandemic Child Care Information for Families.

4C for Children can help connect families of health, safety and essential workers with Pandemic Child Care Providers. Call us at 800-256-1296 x1330, submit an online request, or email families@4cforchildren.org.  

 

Nonprofit COVID-19 Response Information from Cincinnati Regional Chamber

The Government Affairs Department of the Cincinnati Regional Chamber has distributed the following information late last night for nonprofits and businesses in response to the current COVID-19 situation.  This is an evolving story.  Please sign-up for Chamber updates here.

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)

    • These are low-interest, 30-year loans of up to $2M to assist businesses who are experiencing economic hardships due to COVID-19.
    • The governors of Ohio and Kentucky have submitted the required application to allow small businesses to apply for EIDL funds.  It is expected that the SBA will approve state applications by Friday.  When the application is approved, individual businesses will need to apply directly to the SBA for funds.  It is estimated that businesses will start to see funds in-hand 14-21 days after their application is received.  The SBA is working to expedite this timeline.  Applications can be accessed here.
    • To assist in this process, the Ohio Development Services Agency (DSA) is asking all affected businesses to complete this form and return it to james.laipply@development.ohio.gov
    • DSA is also asking businesses to complete this survey to economic damage throughout the state.
    • Please note, the form and the survey do not take the place of the SBA application.  That is a separate application that will come once Ohio’s application is approved. 
    • For additional information, please contact BusinessHelp@Development.Ohio.Gov in Ohio or econdev@ky.gov in Kentucky or visit https://www.iedc.in.gov/ in Indiana.

Unemployment Benefits

    • Governor DeWine signed an order this week to expand unemployment compensation availability in light of this crisis.
    • The order allows those who have been forced to quarantine, those who have been laid off due to COVID-19 effects, and those who work in businesses that were forced to close to qualify for unemployment compensation. 
    • The state will waive both the one-week waiting period for benefits and the requirement that individuals seek additional employment while receiving benefits.
    • Additional information can be found at http://jfs.ohio.gov/ouio/CoronavirusAndUI.stm
    • In Kentucky, Governor Beshear also waived the waiting period and job search requirements for those facing unemployment due to COVID-19.  More information can be found here.

Additional Resources

    • REDI Cincinnati has compiled a list of economic resources from a number of regional sources here.

How to Share Posts on Social Media

To “share” a post on your social media news feed on a desktop computer, click the  button in the bottom right corner of a post. You have the option to “Share Now,” “Share”, etc. It is best to click “Share” because it allows you to share with commentary. Once you click on “Share”, the post will appear as if you are writing a new post. In this new post, you can add comments to the top of the shared post. Once done adding commentary, click “Post.” If you do not want to add commentary, clicking “Share Now” immediately shares the post on your page for your friends to see.

To “share” a post on your news feed on a mobile app, click the button in the bottom right corner of a post. The app will automatically show an area for you to comment on the post before you share. If you would like to include commentary, type in the blank space where it says “Say something about this…” After you are finished writing your commentary, click the blue “Share Now” button in the right hand side of the screen. If you don’t want to add commentary, just click the blue “Share Now” button without adding text.

Both of these processes are explained in more detail here.

ReSource Re-branded into OneSource Center

CINCINNATI, Ohio (August 27, 2018) – Greater Cincinnati nonprofits will now have access to a wider range of support, due to the re-branding  of ReSource Cincy (ReSource)  into OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence (OneSource Center.)   OneSource Center provides access to a full range of services, products and connections that nonprofits need to thrive and create greater impact, expanding service offerings from the previous organization. Also added is a new focus on collaborating partners to present a holistic approach to supporting the nonprofit community.  (Collaborating partners include Cincinnati Tool Bank, United Way, ProBono Partners of Ohio, Leadership Council, and JVS Career Services.)  One Source Center will be providing coaching, consulting, training & seminars, online resources, a YP mentoring program facility, household and maintenance goods and a furniture bank, as well as event décor, community calendar, and much more.

“We believe that high-performing nonprofits are vital to a thriving Greater Cincinnati Community,” said Christie Brown, CEO of OneSource Center. “We know that nonprofit work is hard, which is why it was important to provide a central place – a resource center – to support all this work.”

Although there are a handful of similar centers in the U.S., such as Colorado Collaborative in Denver, CO, and the Impact Foundry in Sacramento, CA, currently, OneSource Center is the only of its kind in Greater Cincinnati.

“We live in a great and generous community, but it’s also a city with great needs: childhood poverty, the opioid crisis, homelessness, mental health issues and racism, to name a few – not everyone in our community is thriving,” said Brown. “One Source Center strives to support local nonprofits that are boldly addressing these issues, so that all of Greater Cincinnati is able to prosper.”

 

About One Source

OneSource Center is Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit resource center, supporting excellence in nonprofit organizations. We provide access to a wide range of services, products and connections nonprofits need to thrive and have greater impact. Organizations can take advantage of expert consulting on a broad range of topics, or grow their teams’ skills at monthly seminars or in leadership development classes. To help stretch every dollar, nonprofit staffs can shop in the warehouse of donated furniture or in the Marketplace for retail store donations. OneSource Center can even refer nonprofits to free or low-cost resources of which they might not be aware. Its end goal is to produce stronger nonprofits, enriching even more lives throughout Greater Cincinnati. Please visit www.onesourcectr.org to learn more.

OneSource Center Brand Launch — A New Concept in Nonprofit Support

Nonprofit and corporate leaders from the Greater Cincinnati community gathered to celebrate the brand launch of OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence (OneSource Center.)  Formerly ExecutiveService Corps of Cincinnati, the new organization will provide access to a wide range of services, products and connections that nonprofits need to thrive and create greater impact.

“We believe that high-performing nonprofits are vital to a thriving Greater Cincinnati Community,” said Christie Brown, CEO of OneSource Center. “We know that nonprofit work is hard, which is why it was important to provide a central place – a resource center – to support all this work.”

Although there are a handful of similar centers in the U.S., such as Colorado Collaborative in Denver, CO, and the Impact Foundry in Sacramento, CA, currently, OneSource Center is the only of its kind in Greater Cincinnati.

“We live in a great and generous community, but it’s also a city with great needs: childhood poverty, the opioid crisis, homelessness, mental health issues and racism, to name a few – not everyone in our community is thriving,” said Brown. “One Source strives to support local nonprofits that are boldly addressing these issues, so that all of Greater Cincinnati is able to prosper.”

About One Source Center

OneSource Center is Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit resource center, supporting excellence in nonprofit organizations. We provide access to a wide range of services, products and connections nonprofits need to thrive and have greater impact. Organizations can take advantage of expert consulting on a broad range of topics, or grow their teams’ skills at monthly seminars or in leadership development classes. To help stretch every dollar, nonprofit staffs can shop in the warehouse of donated furniture or in the Marketplace for retail store donations. OneSource Center can even refer nonprofits to free or low-cost resources of which they might not be aware. Its end goal is to produce stronger nonprofits, enriching even more lives throughout Greater Cincinnati. Please visit www.onesourcectr.org to learn more.

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