Upcoming Activities


AB5 Legislation & COVID-19 ...

RSVP ONLINE HERE (Same session, new title!) AB-5 went into effect on January 1, 2020. This legislation establishes new guidelines for classifying staff as either contractors or employees. Join us for this free webinar to learn about the latest updates and how you can implement changes during the pandemic. With time permitting, we will go […]

Save the Date: April 7 @ 12:00 pm



Introduction to Effective Grant Writing June ...

Join us for this invigorating and informative workshop that will teach you all the right steps to plan for and submit good grant proposals to foundations, corporations, and individual donors. No matter what level of experience you have, you’ll find the A to Z of planning, writing and submitting high quality proposals here! You will […]

Save the Date: June 2 @ 1:30 pm



It may feel like these circumstances are out of your control, so by staying informed, and sharing your voice you can make a difference. We will remain stronger together even while sheltering in place and by doing our part to help those on the front lines

You can read our response to COVID-19 as it evolves here.

You can hear Elaine Tokolahi, Director, Volunteer Services at CVNL, interview on KSRO about Volunteer needs here.

We work with government and nonprofit agencies to gather and assess community needs on an ongoing basis. Check our COVID-19 Disaster Services page for ways to volunteer and to find relevant nonprofit resources, all in one spot, here.

We have already deployed almost 500 volunteers to area agencies and have another 325 volunteers on call to help. To help fill urgent needs in your community, please visit here. Nonprofits, please visit here to post your volunteer needs, or contact us directly for assistance at volunteering@cvnl.org

Want to check in on your neighbors? Here’s how to do it safely, here.

If you can’t volunteer you can still support the community by making a donation, here.