The Florida Association of Nonprofits has enhanced the well-being of people and communities in Florida by strengthening and supporting the private nonprofit sector for more than 31 years. Nonprofits need support now more than ever before. The Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies reported: Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, nonprofit institutions accounted for at least 12.5 million total jobs. During the first three months of the pandemic (i.e., March, April, and May 2020), they conservatively estimated that nonprofits had lost 1.64 million of those jobs, reducing the nonprofit workforce by 13.2% as of May 2020. As of March 2021, almost 830,000 of the jobs were still lost. Despite these losses, the nonprofit sector reacted heroically to the pandemic serving the many people suddenly in need of services, to the extent that Florida Trend magazine, Florida’s Business Authority, named Florida’s nonprofit sector during the pandemic “Floridian of the Year” in their November 2020 issue.