WELCOME to our newest Nonprofit Member, Hampton Roads Urban Agriculture, an organization committed to reducing food insecurity in Hampton Roads, through urban farming, programming & creating a sustainable food system. To learn more, click here.
Are you interested in serving on a nonprofit Board?
We have many nonprofits in need of board members who can help move their organizations forward. Our Board Match Program can help match up your interests, skills, and availability with a nonprofit in need! Once a match is identified, we make the connection and then leave you to continue the conversation and discern whether it is a good fit for you. To learn more and to complete a questionnaire, click here.
Upcoming Networking Opportunities
Synapse Hub 301 @NetworkPeninsula with Special Speaker Andy Taylor! March 18, 11:00 am - Andy Taylor, owner of The Junkluggers of Central VA, will be speaking about Synapse, how it has helped his business, and how he's used it to help garner excitement to help grow HUB 301! To register, click here.
Synapse Hub 007 @Bacon Street Youth and Family Services - March 22, 3:30 pm - To learn more & to register, click here.
Outstanding Service to
The Williamsburg Landing Fund at the Williamsburg Community Foundation provides an annual award for someone who has shown outstanding service to senior citizens in our area. Award includes a $1,000 grant for a senior-serving nonprofit. To nominate someone, click here.
Deadline is April 15.
Please direct questions to Lisa Bates, Williamsburg Landing, 757-565-6505 or via email.
DID YOU KNOW? - This week alone, NetworkPeninsula posted 11 NEW Job Openingsfrom our nonprofit members!
Our nonprofit sector continues to bolster the local economy and remains a vital contributor to the health and well being of our communities!
New Prescription Eyeglasses - New Eyes is currently able to accept applications from individuals financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for individual application.
Computers for Students - If you have computers, printers, monitors, etc. you no longer need (even those that need repair) TCC Computer Club (VB Campus) will fix them and provide them to students in need, as well as to nonprofit orgs for a nominal fee ($25 - $35). To learn more, click here.
We have curated additional Resources for Education and Action to help better understand the issues around inequity and racism in our communities and in the nonprofit sector. These first steps are steps we are committed to taking as we plan upcoming conversations, trainings, and actions to address these issues together.
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