Resources for Nonprofits

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NC Center for Nonprofits Webinar recorded September 3 - What nonprofits need to know about partnering with state and local governments?

Live trainings are upcoming whether it is about diversity or how to get involved in disasters. Please check back frequently to catch these presentations. For the most part, they are recorded and listed below. 

Volunteer Coordinator Summit August 30, 2021

Disaster Response - Nonprofits who may be helping in a disaster response and recovery, please join us on VolunteerNC's donations matching platform.

Interns - REQUEST AN INTERN to support your nonprofit or local government agency after the devastating affects of COVID-19 this year. 

Volunteer Centers - Contact local Volunteer Center to help recruit more volunteers.

NC Nonprofits Survey was launched by North Carolina’s Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP) and the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits (NCCN). The survey, offered in English and Spanish, was sent to more than 20,000 nonprofit email addresses provided by the Secretary of State's Office. Thanks to over 2,000 people who took time to respond to the survey, we now have a more nuanced picture of North Carolina’s nonprofit sector during COVID-19—including experiences, needs, gaps, and opportunities.

NC Strategic Partnerships enhances partnerships between state government and North Carolina’s renowned research and philanthropic sectors.

N.C. Public Assistance reimbursement

Non-congregate sheltering guidance

U.S. Small Business Association Loans

North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

Apply to be a 501(c)(3).  How to apply to be a 501(c) (3) webinar.   Pro-bono law school legal services may help. DukeNCCUCampbellWake Forest

Grant writing webinar.

 

Ask the Experts: Volunteer Safety Webinar

General Food Safety Information

How to Safely Prepare Meal Boxes

Safety for School Meal Delivery

ServSafe Free Food Safety Courses

Other Resources

Crisis Cleanup is a disaster work management platform that improves coordination of nonprofits, reduces duplication of efforts, improves efficiency, and improves volunteers' experience.  Demo

Community Care North Carolina

Small Business Administration Guide to the CARES Act

FEMA COVID-19 Eligible Emergency Protective Measures Fact Sheet

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Program

Disaster Resources

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A Home Cleanup Hotline has been opened to support survivors of the flooding in Western North Carolina. We anticipate that most volunteer groups will work through Friday, September 3, 2021. 

Survivors needing assistance can call 828-222-3975.    

Nonprofits helping in the response and recovery please join us on VolunteerNC's donations matching platform.

Community Foundation GrantsHaywood United Way Flood Recovery

VOLUNTEER or donate goods.

 

Nonprofits please REPORT your disaster activities and volunteer hours.

Visit covid19.nc.gov for information and resources from across state government.

Visit Know Your Zone for hurricane evacuation and other assistance.

Call 2-1-1 or search online for free and confidential information on health and human services and resources within your community.

HOPE Program can help with emergency rent and utility assistance. Flyer in English  Información en español

 

Food Assistance

Find a local pantry.

Text FOODNC to 877-877 to find local sites offering free meals, or use No Kid Hungry North Carolina’s interactive map, which is updated daily.

Los padres que necesitan asistencia alimentaria para sus hijos pueden enviar un mensaje de texto con COMIDA al 877-877 para ubicar los sitios de comida gratis cercanos. Encuentre más información y otras formas de ubicar comidas para niños en NoKidHungryNC.org/covid19.

Student meal information

Corona Community - At-risk individuals can register for food-deliveries and well-check visits

Education Resources

UNC-TV At-Home Learning

NC Kids Digital Library

NC Wise Owl

English as Second Language (una idioma segunda) resources from N.C. Department of Public Instruction:

 

Mental Health & Wellness

National Alliance on Mental Illness

N.C. Department of Health and Human Services

Other mental health resources

Baptists on Mission

Farmer Grants

Rural Advancement Foundation International

American Farmland Trust

Legal Resources

Legal Aid of North Carolina Disaster Relief

COVID-19 and Tenant Rights (English and Spanish)

NC Pro Bono Resource Center: Pandemic  and  Disaster

Hurricane & Other Resources

ReBuild NC

NCVOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster)

ReadyNC

Diaper Bank locations

Individuals

Call 2-1-1 or search online for free and confidential information on health and human services and resources within your community.

Hurricane Season

Hurricane season starts June 1 pandemic or no pandemic. Prepare now to protect your home before storm season by doing these quick things:

  1. Take pictures of home inventory, important documents (proof of home ownership, insurance) and rabies certificates for pets. Email them to yourself or back them up to the cloud.
  2. Make sure you have all contacts in your mobile phone or available remotely. 
  3. Make sure your insurance is up to date, and consider flood or wind insurance where appropriate. 

Need help with hurricane recovery? Contact ReBuild NC, or call 211 for more information.

NCVOAD (Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster) organizations are incredibly helpful. Check out their individual websites for more information.

CERT

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area, and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. CERT offers a consistent, nationwide approach to volunteer training and organization the professional responders can rely on during disaster situations. CERT volunteers can also help with non-emergency projects that help make their communities safer and more resilient. CERT programs welcome individuals of all abilities. CERT Training takes a total of approximately 20-30 hours.

For more information, and to see a complete list of current CERT programs in NC, please visit: ReadyNC.org.

Learn how you can help- VOLUNTEER or DONATE.