Covid-19 Nonprofit Resources

Covid-19 Nonprofit Resources

Nonprofit Reemergence Learning Series

The Nonprofit Reemergence Learning Series is designed to give you new insight and practical tools to strengthen your nonprofit’s resilience. The series also dovetails with our Nonprofit Reemergence Grant opportunity, supporting NCW organizations struggling during the pandemic.

This no-cost series will be delivered via Zoom once a month and will cover:

  • Leading in Times of Uncertainty (July)
  • Nonprofit Financial Strategy in Response to Crisis (August)
  • Six Superpowers of a Small Nonprofit Fundraiser (September)
  • Network leadership: Collaboration for Greater Impact (October)
  • Next steps Community Conversation (October)

Nonprofit Sector Calls

In an effort to best understand our regions’ nonprofits needs during this time, we are hosting a series of Nonprofit Sector Calls. These weekly calls will:

  • Facilitate communication between service providers about how COVID-19 is impacting your nonprofit organization/services
  • Share how organizations are adapting to community needs; both what’s going well and what the current challenges are
  • Offer a weekly opportunity to stay in touch and encourage coordination of service delivery and resources

These calls will also help the foundation understand the full landscape of needs and services so we can respond appropriately.

Weekly Sector Call Schedule
  • Youth Services Sector – First Tuesday of the month at 2:00 PM (September 1, October 6…)
  • Senior Services Sector—First Wednesday of the month at 2:00 PM (September 2, October 7…)
  • Basic Needs & Food Security Sector—Every other Thursday at 4:00 PM (September 3, September 17, October 1…)

These calls are by invitation only. If you would like to join the call, please email Claire Oatey at

Small Business Loan Information

Washington Nonprofits

  • Washington Nonprofits is offering response resources for nonprofits, including recommendations from health officials, planning a response, ways your organization may be impacted, and how to help each other and our communities during this time.
  • Planning for Reopening – During the pandemic, many nonprofits have temporarily shut their doors, while others have ramped up to provide essential services. How do we plan for the coming year, knowing that there is no going back to “normal”?

501 Commons

National Council on Nonprofits

Resources for Homeless Providers (City of Wenatchee)

Disease Preparedness Resources For Housing Providers – To provide information to local housing and homeless service providers and partner agencies about best practices for protecting against the 2019 novel coronavirus and COVID-19.

Methow Arts Alliance

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