To find Needs, Services & Resources during the COVID-19 outbreak, click here .
Make Cloth Face Masks –  Access Partnership is receiving dozens of calls for face masks to ensure social distancing measures in difficult to maintain places (eg, grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. If you are interested in sewing masks for us to distribute, call the office at (757) 502-7400. They can provide instructions for various patterns.
Pack and/or Deliver Meals - April 24 - Serve the City Peninsula has partnered with Newsome Bailey Project to collect and deliver food to the families of students they work with and to the elderly in the Southeast Community every other Friday. Volunteers are needed to pack, deliver, and/or donate needed food. To learn more and to sign up, click here .
Our NEW Webinar Series Continues This Week!
Nonprofit Leaders and Board Members are Welcome!
Quickbooks Reporting
During COVID-19

Wednesday,  April 22
11:30 am – 12:30 pm  

Florence Santoro

Join us to learn more about reporting in-kind contributions, tracking info for SBA/COVID loans, providing reports to Board members, and more, including questions and answers on anything Quickbooks! To Register,  click here
Creative Thinking to Keep
You Moving Forward

Wednesday,  April 29  
11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Trina Willard

How do we serve clients when we must be physically distanced? How do we best utilize our staff’s talents when public health concerns require them to work from home? How does the crisis we are in today affect our funding picture tomorrow? Join us to discuss ways of thinking that help us maintain a focus on the future in the midst of crisis.  To Register,  click here .
NetworkPeninsula is pleased to learn that we have received funding from  Community Knights that will enable us to waive the membership fees for our nonprofits whose registration renewal was due during the months of March and April, and some of May. We know budgets are overstretched right now and we don't want to add to that burden. However, while we are committed to keeping annual membership rates low, they still represent a significant revenue stream for us that enables us to continue our work to help local nonprofits. We are grateful to Community Knights for helping us to ease their burden during this time.

If you are able to support this fund that provides grants to local nonprofits, click here .

Additional funds are being coordinated by United Way of the Virginia Peninsula and the Williamsburg Community Foundation .
YES, e vents! - We love to see how our nonprofits have adapted and pivoted throughout this pandemic. We hope you will continue to support them as you are able!

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Here at NetworkPeninsula , we are working hard to keep the lines of communication wide open with our nonprofits and to ensure that we are helping them in the best way possible to remain sustainable, able to continue their valuable work in our communities. Our current programs include Virtual Peer to Peer Networking Groups , Online Messaging Platform , Weekly Webinars , and continued sharing of Needs, Services, and Resources to help our nonprofits.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?   We know your priority right now is taking care of your families, employees, and clients. If they are in need of services, click here for a list of services currently available across the Peninsula.
HOW CAN YOU HELP IF YOU ARE ABLE?   Please keep checking our Needs page to find ways that you and others can help remotely and/or via appropriate social distancing.
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 .
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