Watch Out for These Legal Risks: Liability Concerns following COVID Take care not to let your guard down too soon. Church Mutual® guest contributor in Nonprofit WorldSeptember 13, 20211 min read
By Nicole M. Jolley
In an article written for Nonprofit World, Nicole Jolley, director, nonprofit + human services, shares legal risks and liability concerns for nonprofits following COVID:
It has been more than a year since much of the United
States shut down in response to the COVID-19 threat.
During that time, nonprofits have had to pivot their
engagement strategies, struggle through budget
shortfalls, and reimagine how they can continue to live
out their missions. Now that vaccines are widely available,
organizations have relaxed their restrictions and reverted
to “business as usual.” Be wary, however, of letting your
guard down: There’s still plenty of risk for legal action
Here are four areas in which you should be especially careful
as our nation navigates its recovery.
Nicole Jolley Director, Nonprofit + Human Services
Nicole offers an inside look at risks and liabilities nonprofits face, especially within food banks, homeless shelters and group homes.