Wednesday Workshop:

June 3, 2020, 5:30 – 6:30 pm


Serve those in need due to COVID19 by filling the gaps of public and private services.



  • Identify and Inventory needs: Users of existing services and home-bound without outside connections
  • Broker individual and institutional needs, referring to existing programs and services and providing direct service when needs cannot be met through existing channels.
  • Provide a networking forum for private and public entities serving those in need.

This Week

  • Keleigh asked all to contemplate marketing plan for recurring donations through SPCCF portal.
  • Currently holding funds back to disperse this fall/winter as a “second wave” is expected that will be even more difficult for those in need now. 
  • Meg is restarting Monday sessions to be held on the 2nd Monday of the month
  • This workshop will move to after the networking session on June 8th.  It will maintain it’s own zoom code. (leave that meeting and login to this one).  June 8th, we will determine the schedule moving forward for workshops.
  • Another 100 masks were delivered to Willapa Behavioral Health.
  • All should be prepared to report on the projects below at the June 8th meeting.

Outstanding Projects

“Identifying Needs” Flyers + Social Media

  • Mark & Monica: Draft flyer content:  1 flyer for NPO leaders and 1 for them to distribute to end users; shows services available, what to do if you need help
  • Keleigh: Create flyers/visually polish Mark & Monica’s efforts. PDF versions for emailing + web-friendly for use on Facebook, Instagram, etc.
  • Monica: Work with Meg to translate flyer

Rotary Public Relations

  • Monica: Submit TY to Observer for Anita’s Fish Fry
  • Keleigh: Send Monica, Meg press kit and Observer submission address
  • Meg: Draft press release about what Rotary is doing re Covid Response
  • Meg: Consider weekly or bi-weekly Rotary mini-article in the Observer

Homeless Youth Demonstration Grant

  • Meg: Draft guideline for Jamie and/or Elly in how funds can be used, how kids qualify, what flexibility exists, what reporting is requested.

Identify & Catalog Service Providers, Services

  • Keleigh: Ask Brad for assistance getting the club filespace set up.


  • Review PRF process for assessing and processing requests for funding, with an eye to reducing the process to essential elements and creating a guideline with checklists for tracking essential elements.  Keleigh will send existing process to the others for review; Meg will re-draft so all should send comments and ideas to Meg.

Areas of Responsibility

  • All: Grow the Monday list of attendees.
  • Mark: Deliveries, Utilities, Homeless Students Grant, PC Emergency Management
  • Meg:  Documentation, Procedures, Elly/School District Liaison
  • Monica:  Hispanic Community, with Mark, writing.  with Meg, PR
  • Dennis:  PCFD1, Village Club
  • Nancy:  PPR, Wellspring
  • Lanie:  Port of Ilwaco
  • Charlotte:  OP Food Bank
  • Natalie: Food 4 Kids Backpacks Program
  • Dan: Watches/fills Long Beach Little Pantry
  • Keleigh: The business end of the group: meeting coordination, notes, task lists, bookkeeping and liaison to Treasurer, graphics support as requested, PC Community Foundation
How can we coe closer together when we are asked to stay apart?

This Week's participants

  • Keleigh Schwartz
  • Meg Parsons
  • Monica Sicard


2nd Mondays
5:15 – 6:15 pm

Strike Force Workshop
6:20 – 7:30 pm
Monday June 8

Zoom information is sent by email to anyone on the list; if you aren’t receiving, contact

Mask-Specific Fund

+$370.  Collective donations
– $50. paid for 40 masks 5/2020
-$125 paid for 100 masks 6/2020
= $195.  Balance

Covid Response funds raised

+$8,950.  EAA Online Auction
+$1,930.  Anita’s Fish Fundraiser


Covid Response funds allocated: $0.

-$1,000.  Homeless Students Grant
-$2,500.  PPR General Support
-$   500.  PPR Laundry of Love

-$1,000.  Grocery and Medication Deliveries
-$.  500.  Printing (advertising & faux cash)