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Congress is making decisions NOW about what to include in the next economic stimulus package. We need your help to ensure they include relief for the nonprofit sector in this next bill.

Reach out to your member of Congress TODAY!

America’s charitable organizations are asking policymakers to improve upon the CARES Act so it better serves the charitable sector by:

  1. Expressly providing $60 Billion for nonprofits and addressing the 500 employee cap on the Paycheck Protection Program to allow more nonprofits to qualify.
  2. Expanding the Universal Charitable Deduction included in the CARES Act.
  3. Providing additional emergency funding to help states waive requirements that self-insured nonprofits repay state Unemployment Insurance trust funds for claims arising from Coronavirus-related reasons.

Join us in asking Congress to continue to support the nonprofit sector and help Ys serve our communities in this time when our efforts have never been needed more. TAKE ACTION

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During this time of crisis, the YMCA of Greater Birmingham is serving our communities providing Emergency Childcare. 

While we are under the current health orders, select locations are open to provide childcare for essential workers.  Click below for locations, hours, ages, Essential Worker lists and other helpful information.

More info/Register

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"I miss you when you're far away, I'd love to see you every day. But since I can't come over to play, I'm sending you a hug today!"

YMCA children created paper 'Hugs' to share with friends and loved ones they are not able to spend time with right now on social media. Online schoolwork and learning began on Monday.  - YMCA Emergency Childcare Services

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For the latest updates and membership options, please go to ymcabham.org/ybhmcoronavirusresponse.

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Posted by Jennifer Neil at 12:52 PM
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