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March 13, 2020

Nonprofit Support

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The health and safety of our communities is our priority. With the World Health Organization declaring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic, we invited all nonprofits to join us in conversations to better understand the implications of a pandemic on agencies and those they serve. Meetings began weekly in the spring of 2020, eventually moved to bi-weekly, and after feedback from the social sector, beginning October 2021  meetings will continue as quarterly with a focus on resource sharing. 

Nonprofit Resource Network

Formerly COVID-19 Nonprofit Response Network
Meets quarterly (Jan, April, July, & Oct) on the second Tuesday at 9am

Meeting Details Below*
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Meeting ID: 894 4067 0224
Passcode: 191895
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*Meetings are virtual until further notice.

Click here for the standing agenda (updated October 2021)

During the call, use the chat in Zoom for any comments or questions you want to be shared with the group. (Find Zoom meeting tips here.)

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Reopening Example Information

Updated: 5.28.20

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

Updated: 6.2.20

CARES Act Resources

Updated: 4.1.20

MISC Resource Share

Quick Reference Links:

(For the community) COVID-19 Resource Card: Mental Health America in Sheboygan County has updated their general resource card to list contact information for agencies with specific resources that respond to our community needs due to COVID-19. If your agency is unable to print, please contact MHA at info@mhasheboygan.org.

(For community) General United Way COVID-19 Community Resource Page: If you have specific information to list on United Way's Resource Page, please send them to Katelyn Piper for distribution. Contact her by emailing katelyn@uwofsc.org

Update or add your listing to the 2-1-1 Database by: 


The Volunteer Center has two specific areas dedicated to COVID-19. Volunteer Needs and Wish List items will be shared weekly to the community through email updates to business contacts and United Way's social media channels.

1. Volunteer Needs: List your volunteer opportunities related to COVID-19 on the Volunteer Center Website

2. “Wish List” Items: Nonprofits are in need of in-kind donations; tangible items such as hand sanitizer, cleaning supplies, etc. There is a designated area for these types of community asks. Email volunteer@uwofsc.org for questions about this area.

Special Virtual Volunteer Center Network Meeting (4.22.20)

If you have questions or need help posting, email volunteer@uwofsc.org

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