Nonprofit Leaders Call - Helping Clients Access Economic Impact Payments

Thursday, June 11, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)

This Thursday, June 11th at 12pm.

Helping Clients Access Economic Impact Payments

The IRS is issuing Economic Impact Payments to every eligible American as authorized by the CARES Act.

Richard Freeman (IRS) will join us to share how nonrpofits can help individuals who do not normally file tax returns receive their payments.

These individuals include people with whom nonprofits often work, specifically homeless, unbanked and displaced citizens, as well as certain seniors and some limited English-proficient individuals.

These individuals will need to provide information to the IRS to receive their Economic Impact Payment via an online site: []

Some individuals may not have internet capability, a bank account or a permanent address. They  may need additional assistance in claiming their payment.

Join us to learn how nonprofits can share information with those that may not know they are eligible and help them file for the payment. 

Guest Speaker:

Richard Freeman,

Senior Relationship Manager

Internal Revenue Service

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Attendees (41)

Caprice Atterbury


Origin SC

Tami Barlow

Director of Operations

Charleston Promise Neighborhood

Tiffany Byrd

Executive Director

Safe Passage, Inc.

Brandi Elkins

Membership Manager

Together SC

Laura Gassler

Executive Director

Habitat for Humanity Georgetown County

Scott Gibbs

Beaufort Arts Council

Ann Gowdy

Chief Innovation Officer

Eastern Carolina Homelessness Org, Inc.

Leslie Lee

Executive Director

Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County

Yolanda McCray

President & CEO

Black River United Way

Wilma Moore

Highland Community Engagement Coordinator

United Way of the Piedmont

Debbie Nelson

President and Founder

DNA Creative Communications

David Platts

South Carolina Arts Commission

Cary Plummer

Executive Director


Carol Reeves

Executive Director

Just Say Something

27 Other Registered Attendees

Co-hosted by:

United Way Of The Midlands | UWMidlands