Pointing to the current “immense pressure and hardship” faced by nonprofit organizations “as a result of the twin public health crises of COVID-19 and systemic racism,” the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest has released a 2020 tool kit of guides laying out instructional legal information—on a range of topics—for nonprofits.

“Countless nonprofits are facing budget cuts and declines in other previously reliable funding sources coupled with heightened demand for their support and services as a result of the pandemic,” said Marnie Berk, director of pro bono programs at NYLPI, in an email. “That’s where the … Nonprofit Toolkit comes in,” she said. “It offers essential legal guidance often inaccessible to nonprofits under normal circumstances and even further out of reach today.”

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