COVID-19 UPDATES

 

Excelsior Pass

Excelsior Pass gives NYS residents and workers a convenient method to share and control access to their COVID vaccination and testing records.

Users can show their “Pass” to businesses (or other authorized verifiers) and the verifier can instantly determine that the pass is valid.

Verifiers only have the ability to validate a holder’s pass and are not able to see any more information than is necessary to verify validity. This protects the privacy of the user and enables security of the underlying vaccination and test data.

Read More about how the Excelsior Pass supports business reopening and how you can participate.

 

Vaccine Eligibility

Starting today, March 30, people 30 years of age or older are eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine.

Starting April 6, people 16 years of age of older are eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine.

You may use the New York State "Am I Eligible" website - https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov - for scheduling an appointment at a New York State-run site only or call 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829).

In addition to State-run vaccination sites, you could also go to https://vaccinefinder.org to find information on vaccine appointments near you.

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant Applications open on April 8th

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program application process is slated to open April 8, 2021.

 

PPP Loan Applications

On March 18, the SBA posted revised applications for PPP loans. Both reflect the new exception allowing nonprofits operating at multiple locations to apply for loans so long as not more than 500 employees (300 employees for Second Draw loans) work at any one location.

PPP First Draw Borrower Application Form

PPP Second Draw Borrower Application Form

 

MEMBER EVENTS

 

3rd ANNUAL CODA Youth Summit – CODA You(th) As Agents of Change - Virtual, Interactive Event: April 14

Co-hosted by Stephanie Marquesano, founder of the harris project, and Power 105.1’s Cornell Yarborough, aka DJ Whutever. 

Register Here, Download Event Flyer Here

The Youth Summit will continue to provide students with key foundational knowledge about co-occurring disorders (the combination of one or more mental health challenges and substance misuse/addiction), and how CODA promotes an understanding of potential pathways to substance misuse and addiction. Programming is also designed to take into account the unique challenges currently facing our youth.

Building upon past successes, students will be introduced to an array of tools that are easy to implement and allow them to return to their schools and communities prepared to be true change-agents. Space is limited.

The CODA You(th) As Agents of Change Summit is sponsored by the Westchester County Executive’s Office, in partnership with the Department of Community Mental Health, the County Youth Bureau, the harris project, Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative, and Student Assistance Services Corporation. If you have any questions, please contact DCMH Children’s Program Coordinator Victoria Shaw at (914) 995-6377 or vwsa@westchestergov.com or Stephanie Marquesano at (914)980-6112 or stephanie@theharrisproject.org.

 

Cerini & Associates 2021 Nonprofit Audit Committee Boot Camp: March 30, April 13, May 5

 

Westchester Women's Agenda: Advocating for Reproductive Justice: April 13 

 

Five Towns: One Book: April 25

 

United Way Nonprofit Leadership Summit: May 3 - May 7

 

SHINE A LIGHT ON YOUR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION

 

Nominate Your Organization Today for 914INC.'S 1st Annual Best Places to Work!

914INC. is celebrating Westchester businesses that go the extra mile for their employees. Do they value their employees and provide a working environment that fosters productivity and well-being? Have they developed a workplace that supports and rewards a successful team? Tell us why they should be chosen for 914INC.’s Best Places to Work in Westchester. Deadline to Nominate: May 14, 2021

Click Here To Nominate

 

Mutual of America 2021 Community Partnership Award - Applications due by April 1

Each year, the Mutual of America Foundation sponsors a national competition in which hundreds of nonprofit organizations demonstrate the value of their partnership to the communities they serve, their ability to be replicated by others, and their capacity to stimulate new approaches to addressing significant social issues.

Five organizations will be chosen for the Community Partnership Award. From this group, Mutual of America will award $100,000 to the Thomas J. Moran national award-winning program and produce a documentary video of that program, featuring the principals involved in its success. In addition, each of the four honorable mention recipients will receive a $50,000 grant.

Community Partnership Award winners for 2020.

2021 Community Partnership Award Application

 

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