Posted on May 21, 2020

Your in-person programming does not work in the current COVID-19 paradigm, but the needs in the community are now greater than ever before. Have you recently pivoted to respond to the new needs of your clients during COVID-19? Maybe instead of tutoring children, you are delivering meals to their homes or you have expanded from an in-person food pantry to food delivery. As you shift to this new programming, take a moment to consider best practices, minimizing risk and other considerations covered in this article.