Revised on April, 2 2020

New information and legislation surrounding COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) is coming out daily as the situation rapidly changes. PBPA, with our staff and network of dedicated volunteers, are working hard to keep you up-to-date on all the legal questions you might have for your nonprofit organization. There is a vast number of resources available online. Below is a short list of resources we would recommend to Georgia nonprofits and links that will lead you to more information.

 

CORONAVIRUS AID, RELIEF, AND ECONOMIC SECURITY ACT (CARES)

The CARES Act was signed into federal law on March 25, 2020 to provide nonprofits with economic relief during the COVID-19 pandemic, including forgivable loans.

Summary of CARES Act

Loans Under the CARES Act

Coronavirus Emergency Loans Guide by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans & CARES Payroll Protection Program

PBPA Webcast Answering your SBA EIDLs and CARES PPP Questions

PBPA Chart Comparing Loan Options

 

FAMILIES FIRST CORONOVIRUS RESPONSE ACT (FFCRA)

The FFCRA was signed into law on March 18, 2020 to provide emergency benefits to employees and tax credits for small employers.

Article Summarizing FFCRA

FAQs by PBPA

Webcast by PBPA

FAQs by U.S. Department of Labor      Article Clarifying the Department of Labor’s Temporary Regulations

Form Policy for your Nonprofit

Posters to Provide Notices To Employees

Article on Tax Credits Available 

 

UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

State Requirements for Partial Unemployment Benefits

Webcast co-presented by PBPA & Georgia Center for Nonprofits

 

BEST PRACTICES TO KEEP IN MIND DURING PANDEMIC

Corporate Governance During a Pandemic

HIPAA During a Pandemic

IRS’s Updates on Tax Obligations

Webcast on Insurance Considerations

Meeting Cancellations and Contracts During COVID-19

 

RESOURCES FROM THE COMMUNITY

Georgia Centers for Nonprofits: Nonprofit Guide to COVID Planning

Atlanta BeltLine: Business Resources During COVID-19

CDCs: Guidance for Employers to Plan and Respond and Guidance for Your Community Organization

 

For specific questions related to your nonprofit and its legal concerns during COVID-19, please reach out to your PBPA attorney.