Resource: Coronavirus Communication Best Practices for Nonprofits

Your nonprofit's coronavirus crisis communication checklist is here.

If your nonprofit is feeling a sense of increased uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the rapidly evolving coronavirus outbreak, you’re not alone. If you haven’t already, you will likely face difficult  decisions in the coming days about whether to cancel or reschedule upcoming events, quarantine exposed staff and volunteers, allow remote work, limit employee travel, change service delivery methods, and more.


In uncertain times like these, putting a proactive crisis communications plan in place and taking decisive action on it is your nonprofit’s best defense against disruption, confusion and ultimately, disaster.


To help you get started, we’ve created a one-page checklist of coronavirus crisis communications best practices for nonprofits. Fill out the form to download this resource.

Where can I learn more about working with Prosper Strategies to communicate in times of crisis or uncertainty like this one?