Unable to host groups in confined spaces like galleries, theaters and other performance venues, Colorado Springs arts nonprofits face a conundrum connecting with clients and patrons in a socially distanced world.
Pikes Peak-area nonprofits have been busier than ever in recent months as they try to meet a tsunami of need caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Faith Miller On this hot April day, a few dozen Manitou Springs residents line up outside St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. They stand in spaces marked off with sidewalk chalk to ensure 6 feet of physical separation, some wearing medical masks, homemade face coverings or bandanas. Some, including those experiencing homelessness, have been coming to […]
Volunteers are the lifeblood of nonprofits — without them, many simply would not exist. Companies know that volunteering demonstrates their commitment to working for the good of their communities, so many businesses encourage their employees to volunteer, or sponsor volunteer programs and find that such programs help create a positive company culture. Volunteers know they’re […]