The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has launched a page on Coronavirus scams. Click here for information on how to avoid Coronavirus scams, what the FTC is doing, and what actions are being taken law enforcement. Resources are available in Korean, Tagalog, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Vietnamese.
Nonprofit New York in partnership with Lamb Insurance Services will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday, April 1 from 1-2pm to answer frequently asked questions and share current guidance on nonprofit insurance.
Questions that will be answered in the webinar:
– What costs are we all bearing?
– What will the insurance carriers cover?
– What will my Business Interruption, Workers Comp, and health insurance policies cover?
The New York City Commission on Human Rights in partnership with the Center for Anti-Violence Education will be hosting a series of bystander intervention trainings on March 30 and March 31 to address COVID 19 related bias and hate. Each training has a set capacity of 30 participants for session. Once you respond a training link will be emailed to you for your respective session. RSVP here.Continue reading “NYC Human Rights Bystander Intervention Training on 3/30 & 3/31”
The City of New York addresses deliverable, budget, and payment concerns for health and human service providers with city contracts.Continue reading “Finance FAQ for Health & Human Service Contract Providers”
MOCS provides guidance for organizations that provide health and human services on issues such as payment, cash advances, audits, and reimbursement of supplies related to providing services during the pandemic.Continue reading “City Contract Guidelines for Health & Human Service Contract Providers”