Paycheck Protection Program Resources for Nonprofits

On April 7th, the Nonprofit Alliance hosted a weekly webinar, focusing on the Paycheck Protection Program and how to apply.   Robyn Campbell with Elliott Davis presented on how nonprofits can approach the PPP application.  She suggested they set up a simple spreadsheet to account for payroll expenses:

Gross Wages Paid Time Off Paid Vacation Pay for Family Medical Leave State and Local Taxes
Employee X
Employee Y
Employee Z


She offered a checklist of resources that nonprofit personnel should have handy when completing the form:

  • Payroll reports for 2019 and 2020 year to date showing the following broken down by employee and/or officers:
  • Gross wages (Medicare wages) (form 940, 941)
  • Paid time off
  • Paid vacation
  • Pay for family medical leave
  • State and local taxes (quarterly state unemployment report)
  • Completed 2019 990
  • 2019 Statement of Activity and Statement of Financial Position
  • Employee list of all employees employed during 2019 including hire date/term date (to determine FTE)
  • Funds received in the form of an Economic Injury Disaster Loan since Jan. 31, 2020, if any
  • Payments for group health care benefits including premiums paid in 2019 to 2020 year to date
  • Payment of any retirement


Slide deck from the meeting

Video recording of the meeting


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