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Navigating COVID-19: Paycheck Protection Program for Nonprofits
Friday, April 10, 2020, 10:00 - 11:00

This three-part series discussing governmental assistance programs is presented by Michigan Nonprofit Association in partnership with Co.act Detroit and delivered by Insights3 with the goals of: 

  • Helping nonprofits understand what COVID-19 related governmental assistance programs are available.
  • Providing information to understand what is mandatory and elective
  • Helping nonprofit decision-makers determine what elective programs are best for your organization and employees.

Join us Friday, April 10 at 10:00 AM (TOMORROW) for an in-depth webinar around the Paycheck Protection Program, the first webinar in this series.

The Paycheck Protection Program authorizes up to $349 billion in FORGIVABLE loans to small businesses and nonprofits to pay employees during the COVID-19 crisis. This webinar will cover:

  • Summary of the Paycheck Protection Program
  • Helpful tips for calculating your loan amount
  • Application information and how to apply 
  • Overview of required documentation
  • Additional resources
  • FAQ’s

Note: If you are unable to attend at the specific time, you can still register to receive the recording after the live presentation.

About the Presenter | Bob Weins
Bob Weins has extensive start-up, business turn-around, venture capital and triple bottom-line strategy experience. His start-up/turn-around work includes: co-founding the firm that created the pattern recognition algorithms commonly used to detect credit card fraud; turn-around of the largest Apple Computer distributor serving the North American educational market; co-founding a web services company that created & hosted over 60,000 small business sites; and, transitioning an internet search marketing firm from losses to market leadership in growth and profitability. Bob’s venture capital experience includes 3 roles at Quantum Ventures of Michigan: Board of Directors member; CFO; and, Director of Start-Up Ventures. 

For the past 8-years, he has worked closely with Tom Brennan at the Green Garage in helping businesses and nonprofit organizations create and implement strategies that are economically sustainable while generating positive community and environmental impacts. His professional career began at Plante Moran and he later joined the law firm of Chirco Herrinton. He is a licensed CPA and attorney, earning his JD from the University of Michigan.