Pandemic Education Program Provides Free Online Training for Hawaii Nonprofits

The Hawaii State Bar Foundation (HSBF), with support from Hawaii Community Foundation (HCF) and First Hawaiian Bank, has launched an online, on-demand Pandemic Education Program, free of charge for Hawaii nonprofits. The program extends valuable training to help nonprofit organizations interpret grant, safety and other compliance responsibilities flowing from federal pandemic relief as well as to guide them through general operations during the pandemic. The training program is designed for:

  • executive directors and key operational staff of nonprofit entities
  • volunteer board members of nonprofit entities
  • attorneys providing advice and counsel to nonprofit entities

The first four scheduled sessions, each 60-90 minutes: 

  • Session 1: PPP (Paycheck Protection Program) Form Completion for Small Nonprofits (speakers Anna Elento-Sneed and Sam Sneed of ES&A)
  • Session 2: 10 Things a Nonprofit Needs to Do to Survive the Pandemic
  • Session 3: Federal Contract & Grant Compliance 101 for Nonprofits
  • Session 4: HR for Nonprofits

Six additional sessions will be developed; all sessions will be available on demand throughout 2021. 

For more information, see the press release or visit the HSBF site.