There are experts who are willing to share their expertise during this disaster time, such as Strategic Planners, fundraisers, marketing personnel, etc.
The Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, prepared a checklist to help organizations during these unprecedented circumstances to take in key areas, such as assessing strengths and weaknesses, and strategies to adopt to help them survive and be sustainable. We believe that the worst threats of Covid-19 will last many months and that full recovery for charities will take at least five years.
The IT Manager for the Smithsonian Kathleen McSweeney updated arts organizations on the many technology options available for presenting online, conducting meetings, keeping up with staff and generally keeping in contact. She also gave some pros and cons about some of these programs in this powerpoint presentation.
Nancy Murphy, Founder of the strategic planning company CSR Communications made a presentation to arts organizations about managing organizations during a crisis. Here is the marketing tool she shared.
The DeVos Institute of Arts Management at the University of Maryland will offer pro bono consultations to any U.S.-based non-profit arts or culture organization between March and June 2020, as a response to the mounting effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.