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A nonprofit CFO’s guide to navigating a downturn

Tasked with balancing mission and sustaining revenue, CFOs have relied on difficult decisions and quick thinking to keep their nonprofit organizations afloat.

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Kim Ford: Urban One Honors Recipient Talks Martha’s Table, Food Justice For The Black Community, And Making Her Mother Proud

This year at the third annual Urban One Honors event, which aired on Sunday night on TV One and Cleo TV, Black women were celebrated for the ways in which their work has uplifted the Black community. One such woman is Kim Ford, President and CEO of Martha’s Table, recipient of this year’s Family Needs Ambassador award.

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Urban One Honors Women Leading the Change

The third annual Urban One Honors will air Sunday, May 16, 2021, and simulcast on its sister network CLEO TV. Hosted by Gospel artists, Erica Campbell and journalist, Roland Martin, Urban One honors the extraordinary contributions of women in business, media, health, and politics.

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Trinity, AU and Martha’s Table Partner to Offer Pathways Into Early Childhood Education Workforce

To encourage more individuals to pursue a career in early childhood education and meet D.C.’s educational requirements, Trinity, American University’s (AU) School of Education and Martha’s Table, a D.C.-based nonprofit, have collaborated to launch Elevate Early Education.

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One shot, free transportation and on-site child care: How groups in D.C. are working to vaccinate people in hard-hit Ward 8

The vaccination rate in Ward 8 — which is predominantly Black and low income — is among the lowest in the city, despite having among the highest coronavirus case rates and death rates in the city.

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This Virginia Family Is Building Mini Food Pantries After Donating 32,000 Lbs. of Food During Pandemic

In the past eight months, Amber estimates they’ve delivered 32,000 pounds of food and delivered more than 52,000 sandwiches to Martha’s Table, a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit.

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