Nonprofit

Crisis

Resources

Helping the nonprofit community confront the public health crisis with actionsfacts, and useful solutions.

HEALTH & GOV'T

HOW TO HELP

PPE

VOLUNTEERS

FUNDING

I.T. OPPS

REOPENING

CBO SVCS

Microscope

Public Health Information

Santa Clara County Hotline

Dial 2-1-1 (in 150 languages)

24 hours/day + 7 days/week

Text "coronavirus" to 211211

to receive text updates

 

How to Get PPE for Nonprofits

Beginning in October 2020, SVCN + CADRE and Valley Medical Center Foundation are the beneficiaries of Cares Act funding from the City of San Jose that will allow us to purchase needed PPE for San Jose-based or San Jose-serving nonprofit staff, volunteers, and constituents. Learn more and make a request here.

If you are outside the City of San Jose, please request PPE from the city where your facility is located. Please see the list below. Use this form to submit your request to the cities below:

Please let the CADRE Duty Officer know if you have trouble getting PPE. 

 

Funding Opportunities + Financial Support

​Nonprofit Funding Opportunities

Small Business Financial Support

Federal Relief Information

 
 
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Government Reopening Resources

SANTA CLARA COUNTY GUIDANCE

Santa Clara County Public Health Order May 18, 2020

Includes mandatory Attachment A, Social Distancing Protocol

STATE GUIDANCE

Overview of the State’s Phases of Re-Opening Roadmap

PowerPoint slide deck summary.

 

CalOSHA Guidelines

Lists 25 industries/groups such as childcare, healthcare, houses of worship and "general workforce." 

 

CalOSHA Guidance for Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

Contains recommendations as well as descriptions of mandatory safety and health standards and is intended to assist employers in providing a safe and healthful workplace.

CDC GUIDANCE

CDC Symptoms Guide

Includes an online questionnaire that allows individuals to evaluate their symptoms

 

CDC Database of Disinfectants Effective Against COVID-19

To find a product, enter the first two sets of its EPA registration number into the search bar below. You can find this number by looking for the EPA Reg. No. on the product label.

 

CDC Guidelines for disinfecting

Includes guidance for disinfecting different types of facilities; Healthcare Settings, Community Locations, Home Setting, Transportation, Bars & Restaurants. (Starts on Page 7)

CDC “decision tools” for opening facilities, released 5/14

○      Childcare decision tool

○      Youth programs and camps decision tool

○      Schools decision tool

○      Workplace decision tool

○      Cleaning & Disinfecting decision tool

Office Space

Santa Clara County Public Health Mandated Social Distancing Protocol (Appendix A)

 

Maptitian Care. Office-space management software for social distancing, free through the end of 2020 for “small/medium homeless shelters, women's shelters, community organizations, and clinics.” 

 

HGA. Workplace Redesign Slide show with many suggestions on how to redesign/improve the workplace for staff

Dezeen. Space Design Ideas Creative workspace redesigns

Working Remotely

5 Tips for Managing Remotely During COVID-19 (The Management Center)

Nonprofit Resources for Remote Work During the COVID-19

Outbreak (TechSoup, March 6, 2020)

Guide for Working Remote (Move Minneapolis)

Understanding the Videoconferencing Tools Available to Your Nonprofit (TechSoup, January 20, 2020)

Remote Hiring: A Step by Step Guide by Paycor; guidance on best virtual onboarding practices

Fundraising & Events

Principles for Ethical Cancellation (Springboard for the Arts, March 12, 2020)

Feeding in COVID-19 Congregate Shelters, including widely-applicable advice for serving food to groups / Red Cross (4/20 MHS)

Basic Guide for Returning to Your Church Building after COVID-19, including widely-applicable steps for facilities and gatherings / Georgia Baptist Mission Board (4/21 MHS)

General COVID-19 Resources

Guidebooks & Checklists

Cushman Wakefield. The “Recovery Readiness: A How-to Guide for Reopening your Workplace.” Protocols implemented across the globe with tremendous success. 

 

Kaiser Permanente. Planning for the Next Normal at Work playbook. Safety plans; HR policies; social, economic, & mental & physical health needs of employees and community; legal guidance.

 

Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Going Forward: Best Practices and Considerations for Nonprofit Re-engagement.

 

Salesforce. Reopening will be a journey. Here’s your guide. Good checklists. 

 

Oneworkplace. Hierarchy of Needs

Creating a great experience for employees.

 

FEMA. Exercise Starter Kit for Workshop on Reconstituting Operations

Resources for a discussion-based exercise to plan what needs to be done to reopen.

 

Cobb Chamber. Reopening Guidelines for Businesses. Developed for the State of Georgia, but lots of relevant information. 

 

Raymond Cox. Interactive Checklists Reopening office plan checklists. 

 

Think HR. Reopening checklist. Policies, health and safety, and best practices.

 

Fisher Phillips. Back-To-Business FAQs for Employers. HR considerations.

 

One Justice, Healthy Nonprofits Program. COVID-19 Adaptive Leadership Checklist Simple two page checklist. 

Handling COVID-19 in the Workplace

 

Fisher Phillips. 4-Step Plan for Handling Confirmed COVID-19 Cases When Your Business Reopens, Note: Santa Clara County recommends no return to work until 10 days after symptoms and 3 days without a fever.

LA Times, 5/22/20, ​Businesses are reopening. If you’re older or sick, what happens to your job?

Waivers

https://www.vorys.com/publications-2674.html

https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2020-06-12/trump-rally-liability-waiver-should-you-sign-them

 

https://www.fredlaw.com/news__media/question-of-the-day-employee-waivers/

 

https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/waivers-of-liability-in-the-covid-19-39711/

Sick Leave 

 

https://www.philanthropy.com/article/How-to-Adapt-Your/248388

https://www.nonprofithr.com/event/hippa-ada-covid-19-your-mission-driven-workforce/

https://www2.chooseust.org/covid-19-toolkit

Faith-Based

 

Basic Guide for Returning to your Church Building after COVID-19. Includes widely-applicable steps for facilities and gatherings. Georgia Baptist Mission Board.

 

CDPH. COVID-19 Industry Guidance. Places of Worship and Providers of Religious Services and Cultural Ceremonies

WHO. Practical Considerations and Recommendations for Religious Leaders and Faith-Based Communities in the Context of COVID-19

Reopening Resources

Webinars (Pre-Recorded)

 

CADRE/SVCN. Road to Re-Opening. Santa Clara County Counsel overview of public health orders & social distancing protocols. Re-opening & guidance & practices from 5 local nonprofits.

 

SCC Board of Supervisors hearing on Reopening on June 5, 2020, featuring Community Solutions at 1:22 

 

Kaiser Permanente. Restarting the Workforce Webinar Guidelines and recommendations on returning to work & common clinical and operational questions about restarting your workforce.

 

Cushman & Wakefield. Recovery Readiness

Discussion of the C&W Recovery Readiness Protocols.

 

JLL. COVID 19: Strategies for re-activating workspaces

Learn about JLL’s three-pronged approach for re-activating space from Susan Wasmund, global occupancy planning operations lead.

WHO. Handwashing Technique Training Video 1:25 min

Vox. Why Wash Your Hands? Training Video 3:44 min

How to Help

Silicon Valley Strong

The COVID-19 pandemic is already hurting San José’s residents, businesses, and community-based organizations. Particularly hard hit are those families and individuals who can least afford a medical or financial crisis, small businesses whose revenues have fallen off, and nonprofits that are seeing an increased need for services or have had to cancel arts, cultural, or fundraising events.

 

Silicon Valley Strong – a partnership between local cities and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation – will work to address these impacts.

Regional Nonprofit Emergency Fund

The Silicon Valley Community Foundation is leading an effort with other Bay Area philanthropic partners on a regional response to this public health crisis. The COVID-19 Regional Nonprofit Emergency Fund will be used to provide flexible operating grants for nonprofit organizations that SVCF has pre-qualified to provide emergency-related services: food, shelter, health, and mental health services to affected communities. SVCF will also provide operating grants for nonprofits that have experienced unexpected costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic as detailed hereApplications are now open, with a maximum request of $50,000 per applicant.

 

Workplace Messaging & Posters & Training Materials

Survey Monkey. Coronavirus returning to work check-in template

 

Think HR. Sample letter to employees regarding face coverings 

CDC Posters

Stop the Spread of Germs Poster in 30 languages

Educational Posters (Community Settings, Healthcare Facilities, Healthcare Professionals, High-Risk Populations, Home, Travel)

What to Do If You Are Sick

COVID-19 Symptoms

 

County Public Health Posters

Prevent the Spread Poster in 4 languages

Guidance for Grocery and Retail (Employees)

Guidance for Grocery and Retail (Public)

Cover Your Cough

Limit the Spread

Wash Your Hands

Signs.com Free downloadable Posters Social Distancing, Masks Required, Temperature Screening, Hand Washing, Max Occupancy

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Need Volunteer Help?

SVCN has partnered with Silicon Valley Strong and Joint Venture's Silicon Valley Talent Partnership to match your nonprofit volunteer needs with willing community members. We can help you with recruiting both in-person volunteers and remote volunteers. 

 

Online Meeting Platforms + Support

Meeting Platforms

Free WiFi + Cloud Services

 
 

Nonprofits Respond

Resources from our members and around the Silicon Valley #NonprofitAlliance

​​Community Resources​

Arts Resources​

Anti-Discrimination Resources

Family + Child Resources

Health Resources

Housing/Food Resources

Immigrant Resources

Legal Resources

Senior Services

Youth Services

Multilingual Resources​


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