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Many nonprofits have quickly created a COVID-19 landing page on their website. This page can be regularly updated during the health crisis to provide members with information about local and state government recommendations, business, workplace, health and advocacy resources, employment opportunities and community outreach.
Right now, every nonprofit, Chamber of Commerce and organization has had to shut their doors, cancel events and adapt to a new normal. Many nonprofits are using the news module or blog feature on their website to post information about resources, employment opportunities and local government news. In the third part of our “COVID 19: 6 Things to Know and Do” series, we are showcasing examples of 4 nonprofits using a news module and/or blog to keep their site visitors and members up-to-date as information develops.
Your website is going to be the first place people will turn to when searching for information about your nonprofit during COVID-19. One way to keep your members and audience up-to-date on important information like temporary closure, change of hours and available resources is through using home page alerts.
We are all living and working in a time of the unknown. These are uncharted waters for everyone and our hope is to be a resource to help nonprofits navigate through this time. We wanted to create ongoing resources that your nonprofit can turn to best utilize its website, digital marketing and social media to communicate to members during the COVID-19 pandemic.