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Posted on May 14, 2020

Many organizations have halted in-person operations, stopped using volunteers, and changed the way they are providing services to clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. This article will summarize some of the things nonprofits should start to consider as the shelter-in-place requirements are loosened and nonprofits consider whether to re-engage in person with clients and volunteers. Please be aware that this article is not intended to induce any organization to re-open facilities or invite clients or volunteers to enter before it is safe or feasible to do so, but is intended to help you to start thinking about those items that need to be considered before and when you do re-open.