COVID-20!  -  C ollective  O rganizing  V ia  I nformation  D issemination - In an effort to redirect us from worrying and feeling helpless, we are hoping to instead encourage sharing of information and resources and finding ways to help each other. We have said it before -- our nonprofit sector is resilient! They can't just shut down. There are people and communities depending on them and we want to share with you ways you can help them, and ways they can help you and your families! (Please note that this is not meant to minimize the seriousness of the coronavirus outbreak but rather to help as we all navigate this new but hopefully temporary normal.)
Items Needed -  Many of our nonprofits are still in need of items to help their clients, and you can help via online donations and/or delivery. If you are able, reach out to the nonprofits you support to see if you can order anything to be delivered to them.

Virtual Volunteers  - think about how you might be able to stay engaged with the nonprofits you volunteer time with in a normal setting. You may be able to call and/or email their clients to see if they are in need of anything and/or need information on where to go? You might be able to help make thank you calls or write letters to their donors to let them know how the organization is doing during this crisis.
Event Cancellation? Are you holding a ticket to an event that had to be cancelled due to COVID-19? If you are able, consider donating the event registration to the organization to cover their lost projected revenue.

Make your voice heard  - the House of Representatives just passed the  Families First Coronavirus Response Act  BUT it still needs to pass the Senate. Contact your Senator to be sure they pass this important bill. To learn more, click here To contact your Senator,   click here .

Don't forget the Census!  - to ensure funding for important programs to continue, be sure you complete the 2020 Census. Participation is directly related to the amount of funding that your community receives! To learn more, click here .

Sentara Healthcare Drive-thru screening and testing sites click here  to learn more.


For Students in Need -   click here

Loss of Revenue:

Help w/ Loss of Revenue - SBA Emergency Program click here

In the Workplace

Checklist for COVID prevention within the workplace -   click here
The American Red Cross faces a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations in recent days. Accordiing to the Red Cross, "Donating is a safe process and people should not hesitate to give or receive blood or platelets." To review local blood drives and make your appt, click here .
Conference Table/Chairs –  Communities In Schools .

12 Matching Chairs for Conference Room –  THRIVE Peninsula .
To learn more about these opportunities and to review other items needed, click here .


Junior Volunteer Program  - Mary Immaculate Hospital  – The Junior Volunteer Program runs from July 13 – August 22. Students ages 14-17 volunteer at least once a week for a 4 hour shift. To learn and to apply,  click here . Deadline to apply is  April 24 .
NEW Board Match UP Program!

The New  Board Match Up Program  has already started making matches! To learn more and to complete your questionnaire,  click here .
We are spending 2020 thanking our Partners and Sponsors that help to make our programs possible throughout the year!

To learn about the win-win benefits of joining us as a Partner and/or Sponsor, click here .
Drucker + Falk is a full service real estate and investment firm and has been a partner of NetworkPeninsula for several years. To learn more about them, click here.
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