COVID-19 and Nonprofits in Nevada

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Jun. 3, 2020

Dr. Jessica Word, associate professor in the School of Public Policy and Leadership, researched how COVID-19 has affected nonprofit organizations in Nevada. The attached report looks at how nonprofit organizations across the state of Nevada are struggling to operate in the face of changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the on-going shutdowns in the state. Nonprofits serve a variety of community needs some of which are on the front lines of responding to medical and economic hardships intensified by this crisis. Those most involved in response efforts include foodbanks and soup kitchens along with hospitals, nursing homes and housing providers. These organizations have been faced with increased demands and costs while the economic shutdown and accompanying uncertainty has limited their ability to raise revenue.

Read more about her research on the UNLV News Center: https://www.unlv.edu/news/release/nonprofits-navigate-uncertain-times-amid-coronavirus-pandemic