Keeping organizations aligned and participants safe is top of mind as we all adapt operations to slow the spread of COVID-19.
There are a lot of uncertainties around how to effectively manage your upcoming sessions. We recognize that any decisions you make regarding these will have serious implications to your business, and staff well-being. Options to consider could include:
ACTIVE is a proud partner for communities and activities around the world. To keep organizations moving forward please see the following list of COVID-19 resources, news, and more.
Help your senior participants thrive with these tech tips and tricks.
Involve seniors in your community by connecting with them virtually.
Virtual or safely distanced programs to show appreciation for senior citizens.
With many facilities still closed, these programs help people stay fit during summer.
A thank you to parks and recreation staff for their selfless work in giving back.
Tips and tricks for making your fall virtual after-school programs stand out.
Wholesome summer songs that everyone from kiddos to adults will enjoy.
How to help ensure your virtual programs are accessible for all types of students.
Provide a sense of normalcy with these Fourth of July virtual activities.
Especially during this challenging time, having an online community is vital.
The latest ACTIVENet updates can help organizations thrive among the new normal.
The beauty of virtual programming is having no geographic boundaries to limit you.
Facilities starting to re-open doesn't mean virtual programs should be canceled.
Fun virtual activities to offer to help families celebrate Father's Day safely.
Ways to convince parents virtual summer camp is worth it, despite screen time.
Three simple suggestions for safely resuming in-person classes at your business.
Suggestions to keep in mind as you gear up your organization to re-open.
Songs that kids love to keep them entertained and energized.
A look at how organizations are being helpers and how to help within your community.
Improv School brings programs online to reach participants during COVID-19.
How to identify and address increased stress in children of essential workers.
This webinar provides tips and tricks for maximizing your virtual programs' reach.
The YMCA of Greater Seattle works to help those in need during the pandemic.
Just like in-person offerings, marketing your virtual offerings is key to success.
With re-openings on the horizon, here's how to keep your facility clean and safe.
Utilize any COVID-19 downtime to clean up your back end.
Creative ways YMCAs can generate revenue during COVID-19 closures.
ACTIVE Network wants to thank our nations true superheroes on National Superhero Day
Ways to stay engaged with your YMCA's members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACTIVE Network and Brain Chase partner to help transition your programs to virtual.
Tips and tricks for keeping your employees physically and mentally healthy.
Four things to consider when setting up your YMCA's virtual afterschool programs.
Tips and tricks for bringing programs virtual and creating new ones.
Tips to share with your residents on how to stay safe on trails during COVID-19.
Clear, concise and sympathetic messaging during COVID-19 is key.
Safe outdoor activities to share with your community members.
Montgomery Co., Maryland shares advice on responding to COVID-19 in your community.
This webinar will cover the 6 hottest technology trends that programs can add.
ACTIVE is committed in continuing to provide innovative solutions for evolving needs.
Keep up visibility with your sponsors when moving to a virtual race.
Alternatives to refunds you can propose to members and residents during COVID-19.
Virtual event bags have become key to remotely engaging participants and sponsors.
Following strict social distancing guidelines does not mean you can't enjoy a park.
During this uncertain time, transparent communication is of the utmost importance.
NRPA discusses COVID-19 preparedness with top tier public sector agencies.
An open letter from the ACTIVE Network team concerning COVID-19.