What about religious and non-profit organizations?greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
I pastor a church and after months of reading on Y2K it just dawned on me that I have not seen ANY information on how religious institutions and non-profit organizations are dealing with Y2K.
Historically, these folks don't have a whole lot of cash just laying around, and I have not heard a word from my denomination asking for donations to assure Y2K compliancy.
Has anyone out there heard ANYTHING from ANY religious or non-profit group? Please let me know.
BTW>>>please drop by my Y2K web site and tell me what you think....
-Pastor Chris http://www.lifetel.com/chris.htm http://www.lifetel.com/y2k2000.htm
-- Pastor Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 26, 1998
Gary North is providing Y2K information to churches. Visit his website at www.garynorth.com for more information.
-- David Wallace (DavidCWallace@Hotmail.com), May 26, 1998.
Let me restate my question. I am interested in what religious and non-profit organizations are doing at the headquarters level to deal with Y2K. These organizations are like businesses without the bucks to deal with this type of problem. Please let me know.
-- Pastor Chris (email@example.com), May 26, 1998.
This might be of interest to you:
Thank you for your interest in Y2K. In a recent newsletter, Lance Tischauser explained AAL Member Credit Union's position on this. You may read his article by going to http://www.aal.org/Credit_Union/newsletter/Mar98/y2k.html
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