COVID-19 / Non-Profit
Grants, loans, contracts and reimbursements for emergency response and recovery. CARES Act, SBA, CADRE Collaboration, SVCN, SVCF
- COMMUNICATION - California Teleconnect Fund (CTF)
- The CTF is a program run by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that provides a 25% discount on select telephone services and 50% discounts on broadband services to schools, libraries, hospitals and about 7,000 Community Based Organizations (CBOs). Money for the discount comes from a surcharge paid by telephone customers (“ratepayers”) on their monthly phone bills. 501(c)3 and 501(d) nonprofits can apply for the Fund as a Community Based Organization.
- COMMUNICATION - IT Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC)
- COVID-19 Update: The IT Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC) is offering pro-bono INTERNET CONNECTIVITY, IT support, and hardware, With social distancing, internet connectivity has becoming even more critical, and we recently launched an effort called projectConnect to provide additional support to communities. Interested parties can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Both organizations and individuals are welcome to submit to projectConnect, though we will prioritize communities.. As always, we continue to support EOCs, medical centers, and other responders with our usual IT hardware (e.g. tablets, laptops, and computers), IT support, and internet connectivity as well.
- DISASTER - CADRE (Collaborating Agencies' Disaster Relief Effort)
Coordinating the network of Santa Clara County non-profit service providers in the relief effort. BI-weekly inter-agency zoom meetings with updates, resource development, information sharing and advocacy. Registration required. Contact CADREeoc@gmail.com with questions.
A leading network of organizations that provide community services that are essential in times of disaster. CADRE coordinates organizational preparedness planning in non-disaster times and activates to respond and provide essential services during and after a disaster. CADRE works closely with Santa Clara County's emergency management community to build disaster resilience among service organizations through communication, coordination and preparedness training. CADRE is the official local Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster (VOAD) for SCC under Northern California's State VOAD.
- FINANCE - CA Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program — COVID-19
- Small Businesses located in California with 1-750 employees that have been negatively impacted or experienced disruption by COVID-19 and Eligible Nonprofits that experience capital access barriers are eligible. . The loan guarantees provided for the Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program help to mitigate barriers to capital for those small businesses that do not qualify for federal disaster funds, including businesses in low-wealth and immigrant communities. Key Words: Coronavirus, disaster Spanish
- FINANCE - SVCF Regional Nonprofit Emergency Fund Temporarily on Hold
- 1/21 Update SVCF is seeking contributions to the Regional Nonprofit Emergency Fund, which has been supported by a range of individual and family donors, corporations and other foundations. Until further funding becomes available via contributions, our Nonprofit Emergency Fund has temporarily stopped accepting applications from nonprofits in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. SVCF will also provide operating grants for other nonprofits that have experienced unexpected costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic as described below.Area region. The fund will be used to provide flexible operating support grants to nonprofit organizations serving one or more of the 10 counties (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma). Key Words: Silicon Valley Community Foundation, coronavirus, pandemic
- FOOD - Peninsula Food Runners
- Our recipients include soup kitchens, shelters, low-income residences, affordable housing centers, schools, senior centers, family centers, homeless programs and group homes. We deliver 70,000+ healthy nutritious meals weekly to 400+ agencies on a regular or rotating basis. in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. Also serving several Recipient Agencies in San Francisco, Oakland, Fremont, Hayward, Newark, and Union City. For Donor and Recipients in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Santa Cruz and Monterey counties, contact us for our partner organizations. SIGN-UP - We've partnered with ChowMatch to manage our food donations. To receive free surplus food, please sign-up on the ChowMatch application and we will do our best to bring you free healthy meals that meet your needs.
- HEALTH - CDC Communities, Schools, Workplaces, and Events
- CDC guidance for community events, FBOs and also homeless programs. Multi-language: Spanish Vietnamese Chinese Korean Key Words: Disaster, COVID-19, Pandemic, Coronavirus, Children
- HEALTH - CDC Guidelines for Schools, Workplaces & Community Locations and FAQ
- 11/13/20 CDC Updated guidelines and resources for Homes, K-12 Schools, Childcare Settings, Colleges, Workplaces, Healthcare Settings, Faith Based Organizations, First Responders, Commercial Settings, and Large Mass Gatherings. Specific mitigation plans for Santa Clara County, CA, Seattle, WA, , New York (NY), MA and Florida (FL) Multi-language: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) in English FAQ, Spanish FAQ , and Chinese FAQ Key Words: Pandemic,,COVID-19
- HEALTH - Get Us PPE
- Equitably provides donated PPE to people and organizations with greatest need, including nursing homes, natural disaster areas, and rural communities. We also have initiatives to support PPE for Schools and PPE for Black Lives. Key Words: COVID-19, Coronavirus, Pandemic, Undocumented
- HEALTH - Operation Access (OA)
- With support from the community, we bring together medical professionals and hospitals to provide donated outpatient surgical and specialty care for the uninsured and underserved. OA enables Bay Area health care providers to donate vital surgical and specialty care to people in need. While the Affordable Care Act has enabled many low-income individuals to qualify for Medi-Cal or subsidized insurance coverage, many people in the Bay Area remain uninsured. Multi-language: Spanish | Chinese Key Words: COVID-19, Undocumented
- INFO - Seeking Sustainability: How Can Nonprofits Survive the Pandemic?
- 6/19/20 ......The sector that is arguably the most needed is itself struggling to survive. “Sustainability” seems out of reach. What do we do? Is our work “sustainable”? Not in the traditional sense of generating your own revenue so you don’t need to rely on any outside support. But, there are some things we can do now to reposition our organizations—and in so doing, the nonprofit sector overall—to better, and more sustainably, serve our communities.
- INSURANCE - Nonprofit Insurance Alliance
- NIA is a 501(c)3 serving over 20,000 nonprofit organizations in 32 states and the District of Columbia rely on us for their liability and property insurance. These nonprofits include animal rescues, children’s programs, group homes, senior organizations, art programs, food banks, community groups, foster family agencies and many others. These organizations are essential to the health of the communities they serve. Key Words: Disaster
- INSURANCE - United Policyholders joins 1500 other non-profits to help solve an insurance crisis hitting our sector
- 6/20 A record number of Americans are in dire financial straits and relying on charitable sources for their meals. The food banks and meal delivery services providing those meals are non-profit businesses. So is United Policyholders and the many partners we work with to provide free services to disaster survivors. Like all businesses, we non-profits need liability and property insurance in order to operate legally and safely. We need insurance to protect our facilities, workers, drivers, assets and the people we serve. But even before the pandemic, liability and property insurance options for non-profits had sharply decreased with a dwindling few companies left for us to buy from. This has been particularly impacting non-profits that serve and deliver food. Nonprofit Property Protection Act Key Words: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Disaster
- LEGAL - OneJustice Pro-Bono Non-Profit Legal Asst
- OneJustice was founded on a belief that lawyers and law students could be heroes by using their skills to bring equal justice to Californians in need. OneJustice continues to build a network, working with law schools and students, the private sector, and legal services nonprofits. OneJustice brings together resources on nonprofit management topics, including articles and sample policies, for the nonprofit legal organizations. Key Words:
- NON-PROFIT - Seeking Sustainability: How Can Nonprofits Survive the Pandemic?
- 6/19/20 Here in Los Angeles, leaders across the region are working to identify ways to safely reopen the economy. Some sectors are eager to get back to business, while others are worried about whether or not it is safe to return. But for the most part, the nonprofit sector has stayed in business out of necessity. Nonprofits are too often a lifeline for vulnerable communities during times of crisis, and, during the pandemic especially, unemployment rates have ballooned, disproportionately impacting Black and Brown communities.
- RESOURCE - 2020 SCC Social Services Resource Guide
- COVID-19 Update: SSA Service Centers are temporarily closed. We are still available to help you meet many of your essential service needs without interruption by phone and online. 6/20 Updated Resource Directory for SCC low income residents including food, housing, health care, mental health, children's services, transportation, employment, immigration, citizenship, education, emergency services, disaster and more. This guide is updated quarterly. If you want your organization included or you want to make a change, submit that information on this : change request form Key Words: Santa Clara County, CalWorks, DEBS
- RESOURCE - COVID-19 Adaptive Leadership Checklist
- From the ONE JUSTICE HEALTHY NONPROFITS PROGRAM - Possible leadership priorities and sample actions responding to the COVID-19 outbreak are organized. This document is intended to support leadership thinking and conversations and is by no means exhaustive. This is not intended to reflectcurrent jurisdictional options or replace legal advice.
- RESOURCE - Catchafire - Bay Area Capacity Building Collective
- Strengthen your organization with the help of pro bono volunteers. This program connects you with talented professionals looking to give back, allowing you to access expertise in areas such as marketing, web development, operations, strategy, and more. Catchafire's menu of 120+ pre-scoped projects, each with specific deliverables and project steps, makes it easy to find what you need and match with a volunteer with the right skills for the job. And if you aren't sure where to begin, start by talking to a volunteer to get advice and explore ideas. Key Words: CBO,
- RESOURCE - Idealist Non-Profit Volunteers
- Idealist.org is a free, multi-language, international site where non-profit, community, and government organizations can post jobs, internships, and volunteer needs and volunteers can look for opportunities. For non-profits, registration, event and volunteer postings are free. Small charge for job or internship listings. | Spanish | French |
- RESOURCE - Resources For Non-Profits - San Jose List
- We are partnering across City departments and with trusted nonprofit service organizations to help guide you in this time of crisis. With fast changing information and new resources coming online daily, we recognize it can feel overwhelming. The sites highlighted below offer a comprehensive local focus to navigating COVID-19 resources: Multi-language: Spanish Vietnamese Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese Key Words: coronavirus, CBO
- RESOURCE - SCC Commission on the Status of Women Mini-Grant Application
- The CSW supports programs, events, and causes throughout the year collaboratively and financially through mini grants. Grants are made for up to $1,500 to non-profits for programs and one-time events, or to an individual or group raising funds that support women and girls in Santa Clara County. Requests will be considered for programs, events, or causes that promote women and girls in leadership roles, promote ending of violence against women and girls, support the health needs of women and girls. Applicants must submit the completed Mini-Grant Application with Checklist form via email to: CSW@ceo.sccgov.org
- RESOURCE - SV Strong
- Links to Santa Clara County COVID-19 resources and programs including: How to Volunteer, Rent & Mortgage, Virtual Income Tax Support, Low Cost Internet, Childcare, Immigrants, Unemployment Insurance, Seniors, Stimulus Payments, Mental Health, Support for Homeless Residents, Find Employment, Donate Medical Supplies or Services. Multi-language: Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Korean, Farsi Key Words: SCC, Coronavirus, Silicon Valley
- RESOURCE - SVCN Non-Profit Request for Supplies, Volunteers, Info
- CADRE/SVCN is the robust network of service providers working in coordination with Santa Clara County's emergency management community to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please indicate your request or question in this form. A CADRE/SVCN representative will respond within 24 hours. Key Words: Disaster, PPE, CBO
- RESOURCE - SVCN Nonprofit Resource List
- The Silicon Valley Council of Non-Profits, in partnership with CADRE, has created a site with Nonprofit Crisis Resources Helping the nonprofit community confront the public health crisis with actions, facts, and useful solutions. Including Health and Government Guidelines and updates, Reopening tips, IT support and technical assistance, PPE, and more. Multi-language: Spanish, Vietnamese
- RESOURCE - Supply Bank
- SupplyBank.Org operates like a food bank, but for supplies. That means we manufacture, procure and receive large quantities of basic needs material items and send them to 450 other local agencies that distribute them to their clients in locations throughout California. This is how we are supporting under resourced children and families during this unprecedented time. New Agency Partners: If you are a social service agency, WIC, First 5 (Children and Families Commission), school district, domestic violence shelter or other public assistance agency in need of basic material resources, please email email@example.com or call 510.569.5862 Monday through Friday from 8AM-5PM.
- RESOURCE - Tech Soup Resources for Nonprofits Impacted by COVID-19
- In difficult times, the world turns to civil society for support. At TechSoup, we're committed to equipping your nonprofit with the technology resources you need to meet your mission, serve your community, and support your staff. Key Words: coronavirus