The novel coronavirus and resulting COVID-19 disease is a rapidly unfolding situation in North Carolina and across the globe. The effects of the outbreak are likely to be widespread, and will disproportionately affect the most vulnerable among us. With this in mind, NCNG is compiling information and resources related to the outbreak, as well as philanthropy’s response. If there are resources you suggest we add to this page, please let us know.


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Information on working remotely

NCNG has compiled resources to help adapt as you transition to working remotely as an organization. If you have resources or tools you'd like to suggest, please share them by emailing info@ncgrantmakers.org.

Tech Soup has shared resources on how to help your organization transition to remote work. View here.

Helpful Tools for Working Remotely as a Team
Zoom has resources available on transitioning hosting meetings and events online, and managing your team remotely.

Slack (a messaging app for teams) has a guide on working remotely with Slack. As Covid-19 affects workforces across the globe, nonprofits can access free Standard and Plus upgrades for the next three months. Slack also has several helpful blog posts (links below) on how to transition to working remotely with your team, as well as resources on how to utilize their platform.

LinkedIn has a video learning series called "Remote Working: Setting Yourself and Your Teams Up for Success" - View the videos here.

 


Articles on Working Remotely
Harvard Business Review
shared their article: "What's Your Company's Emergency Work at Home Plan?"

National Council of Nonprofits has an article on Remote Workers and Telecommuting Practices for Nonprofits. View the article here.

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