Managing Cashflows through COVID-19

Co.act Resource Library

This is a webinar designed to help you better understand your cash reserves and how to minimize your cash outflows. This virtual workshop is presented by Erica Battle, nonprofit specialist with UHY, LLP

Co.act Detroit is a hub for accelerating collaborative action in Southeast Michigan’s nonprofit community. We have paired national best practice research with local insights and context to develop a nimble and coordinated approach to realizing impact in our region.

Our space serves as a natural place for nonprofits to connect, share ideas and develop solutions together. We build authentic community through cultivated conversations and events designed to build trust, deepen relationships and set the stage for collective impact. But we are more than just a space. We source local wisdom to co-create programs and resources that meet nonprofits where they are.

We work with organizations and our partners to bridge the gap between vision and community transformation.

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(Recorded on April 20, 2020)

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