Maryland Nonprofits has partnered with Nonprofit Prince Georges to raise awareness about the significance of Juneteenth. Please note that Maryland Nonprofits will be closed on Friday, June 18th in honor of this national holiday to be celebrated on Saturday, June 19th. Learn more about the history and importance of June 19th below.
Anti-Racist Appalachia is asking Garrett County Marylanders to share their thoughts and ideas with local leaders in support of starting a social justice advisory group.Last night, the Commissioners held a public meeting, the last five minutes of which were used to discuss the anti-racist/social justice advisory group. While the Commissioners “approved” that working group at […]
The WORK NOW Act (S. 740 and H.R. 1987) is a temporary grants program that would inject $50 billion into public-serving nonprofits to enable them to pay the wages, salaries, and benefits of either existing employees or new employees. Most of the funds would be allocated through state, Tribal, and local governments. This legislation is a priority of the […]
The Maryland Nonprofits 2021 Annual Conference (#MANOAC21) will be presented virtually on October 20-21, 2021. The conference is presented in partnership with Maryland Association of Resources for Families and Youth (MARFY), Maryland Latinos Unidos (MLU), Maryland Philanthropy Network, and the Governor’s Grants Office. This year’s conference theme, “Preparing for Growth” encourages nonprofit leaders to be […]
The recent American Rescue Plan passed by Congress opens up the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) for more organizations to be eligible for $5000 per employee in 2020 and $7,000 per employee in 2021 per quarter (i.e. $28,000 each). Previously, this program was not available to organizations that received the Paycheck Protection Program, but now you can […]