With COVID vaccines now widely available, America is tantalizingly close to reclaiming some of the things we lost over the past 15 months. So much of this promise hinges on vaccine acceptance and mobilization. Nonprofit organizations have a critical role to play as trusted experts in their community, but they cannot always take on new work without additional resources. Join us for a special policy update about how nonprofits and their networks can advance COVID vaccination efforts, and how they may be able to secure much-needed resources to do so.
Because federal grant processes and initiatives can be difficult to navigate, we will be joined by experts from the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services. You can also expect breaking updates from Independent Sector staff about the latest policy news from Washington, including infrastructure negotiations, nonprofit relief, and the federal budget.
- Yvanna Cancela, Principal Deputy Director, Intergovernmental Affairs, US Department of Health and Human Services
- Nathaly Arriola Maurice, Special Assistant to the President and Director for Partnerships, White House Office of Public Engagement