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“My membership with NetworkPeninsula has been invaluable as a new Executive Director of a nonprofit. The opportunities to connect are excellent, the workshops are informative, and it’s all very accessible to busy people who are striving to advance the mission of their respective organizations.”
(From anonymous survey following new Leadership Cohorts)

NetworkPeninsula is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports more than 300 nonprofits across the Peninsula through continuing education, Board Training, networking, information sharing, and expanded outreach. Our programs are designed to help nonprofits build their capacity to remain sustainable and fulfill their missions effectively. 

TO REGISTER, please complete the online registration form here. Payment can be made via check (see registration form for address), or via our secure Paypal below. 

Membership rates are based on annual gross receipts* of a nonprofit organization:

< $250,000 – Annual membership – $50/year
$250,000-$500,000 – Annual membership – $70/year
$501,000-$999,000 – Annual membership – $100/year
>$1,000,000 – Annual membership – $150/year
Government Entities** – Annual membership – $150/year


Select Registration Based on Annual Gross Receipts*
Name of Organization:



Hear first hand from our nonprofit members and
how they benefit from membership with NetworkPeninsula!

Nonprofit Memberships include free access to monthly continuing education workshops, free access to the Grants Database; and discounted access to Board Trainings, Impact Forums, and the new Nonprofit Management Institute at Thomas Nelson Community College in Williamsburg. Membership also enables you to post your organization’s volunteer needs, item needs, and upcoming events to our website. These are also included in weekly Community E-Connections that are accessed by 1,200+ individuals, businesses, and civic and faith-based groups across the Peninsula.

An overview of member benefits is below. For a complete printable description, click here.

MEMBER BENEFITS
Listing in Online Nonprofit Member Directory
Welcome in Community e-Connections
Post your  organization’s Volunteer, Item NeedsEvents on our website
Share your organization’s needs & events in our
Community e-Connections, also shared on our Facebook page
Access items donated by area
businesses and others for our nonprofits
Post Job Openings, on our website, also shared on our Facebook page
Receive weekly Nonprofit e-Source with new grant opportunities, upcoming workshops, items available, and new resources and opportunities for local nonprofits
Access to Executive Director Coffees and Development Professional Coffees
Access to volunteers available to help local nonprofits
Continuing Education Workshops offered monthly on topics to help
you fulfill your mission effectively
2 reps free
($25 pp non-members)
Discounts via our Preferred Provider Network for auditing, bookkeeping,
fundraising software, and other professional services.
Access to Grants Database w/ local, regional, national RFPs
Nonprofit FULL Board Training
Board Match Up Program to find new Board members
Discount to TNCC’s Nonprofit Management Institute classes available for
nonprofit professionals at all levels of development
$10 off per class
Board Development Classes open to all Board members $25 pp ($35 non-members)
Annual Impact Forum $30 pp ($40 non-members)
Listing of volunteer opportunities in Youth Network
Discounts on future programs
*Annual Gross Receipts – The Internal Revenue Service defines gross receipts as the total amount of money an organization receives from all sources during an accounting period without deducting any expenses or costs. (For registration purposes, this period is your budget year, calendar or fiscal.) You can also find this number on your GuideStar listing at www.GuideStar.org.

**Government entities and civic/faith-based groups can also join as members in order to take advantage of most of the benefits below, including posting needs, events, and job openings; attending networking events, peer groups, and continuing education workshops; and accessing the grants database.