To Our Huntsville Community Connections Network Partners:

We want you to know that all of us involved with ELM’s Community Connections Project are thinking of you and so grateful for the collaborative work you are doing in our community. We understand that your primary focus right now is on keeping your organizations and clients safe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic while still meeting urgent needs. As you do so, CharityTracker will be a great resource for you. Some of you may be working remotely as you continue to provide needed services from a distance. CharityTracker will also be an important way for you to stay connected with other agencies to do this good work.

We want to make sure you have the knowledge and capabilities you need to fulfill your charitable missions and still suppress the spread of COVID-19. To support you as additional and unexpected challenges arise, we are providing a link to a short ten minute webinar prepared by Simon Solutions on how to use CharityTracker in disaster relief. The video below is a quick refresher on how to use CharityTracker as you respond to meet needs in crisis.

And please remember that you can add an unlimited number of users to CharityTracker at no cost. The primary user for your organization can just go to the Add User button at https://huntsvilleal.charitytracker.net/ and put in the appropriate email address for a new user. In a crisis, we need as many people as possible working together to meet needs!

We now have over 160 organizations and almost 350 users on the Huntsville CharityTracker network. We are proud of the network we have created in Madison County advance of this difficult time. If we all work together, we will navigate through this challenge. A community crisis requires and community response. Thank you for the critical work that you are doing in our community and for being part of Community Connections.
All the best,

Jennie Robinson. Missy Hanks, and Jen Kinard

by Jennie Robinson

Board Secretary & ELM Administrator

“There are two ways to live your life. You can live as if nothing is a miracle. Or you can live as if everything is a miracle.” - Albert Einstein