The purpose of this national survey is to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Christian ministries as they dialogue with the Canadian government.
In addition, some of the leading Christian organizations serving the Canadian church have organized resources to support Christian ministries at this time.
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The Canada Summer Jobs program helps employers hire summer staff and provide young Canadians access to the jobs they need during this unprecedented time. This program will help create up to 70,000 jobs for youth between 15 and 30 years of age.
For 2020, the changes to the Canada Summer Jobs program will help small businesses hire and keep the workers they need so they can continue to deliver essential services.
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Provided by the Government of Canada
The requirement to self-isolate and socially distance ourselves is an important part of keeping Canadians safe, but there’s lots of anxiety across the church about the impact this is having on our congregational finances. Let’s together ensure that our congregations have the financial resources they need to offer ministry that matters in these strange and trying times. This covers:
- how to maintain donations in this time of disruption
- how to use online giving tools
- how to handle rentals
- changes in timing for government reporting
- how to handle PAR while the General Council office is closed
- What to do if you cant meet payroll
- what kind of government assistance is available to churches, and how to apply for it
- what do we need to know to plan financially for an extended period of disruption
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Provided by United in Learning
From daycares to long-term care homes, shelters to food banks, Ontario’s nonprofits and charities are on the frontlines supporting and serving communities during this unpredictable and tumultuous time of COVID-19.
Available through the ONN website
Provided by the Ontario Non-Profit Network