Big Volunteer Day - September 12 - Serve the City Peninsula

To review all Volunteer Needs, click here.

IT volunteers are needed to assist area nonprofits on various projects. To learn more, click here.
School Supplies - Commonwealth Catholic Charities Refugee Center

Shoes - Grove Christian Outreach Center

School Supplies - Hampton Roads International Montessori Schools

To learn more about these and other needs, click here.
Board Match Up Program

Are you interested in serving on a nonprofit Board? We 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.
Synapse Peninsula Virtual
Thursday, September 17
11:00 am - 12:30 pm

All are welcome to join this networking group made up of nonprofit representatives, small business leaders, and entrepreneurs. Save the date. Link to register will be shared next week. To learn more about Synapse, click here.
Growing Future Support for Your Church or Faith-based Nonprofit

September 22 · 9:00 A.M. via Zoom

FREE Webinar Presented by NetworkPeninsula with InFaith Community Foundation and Thrivent
To learn more and to register,
Access to Medications - The Rx Partnership is a nonprofit organization that ensures people have access to critically needed medications without putting themselves, and others, at risk during the pandemic. They are now offering a mail delivery program. To learn more, click here.

Job Openings - Commonwealth Catholic Charities continues to update their Job Board for jobs across the Commonwealth after completing a 10-hour virtual Workplace Excellence Training Program. To learn more, email Howard Todd at CCC.
Free Medical Supplies and Equipment- for complete list and pick up information,click here.

Supplemental Assistance Funding for Emergencies (SAFE) program - Newport News has launched this program for residents experiencing financial hardships due to COVID-19. Assistance is provided for essential supports, including food, utility bills, childcare, rent or mortgage, transportation and medication. 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.
We are grateful for Our Partners who make our programs possible. To join our Networked Communityclick here!
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