Formation and building strong communication networks in cyberspace is one of the most effective methods for NGOs and volunteer organizations. Given the presence of civic presence in organizations, it seems that there is a huge difference in the virtual functioning and virtual networking and networking and organizing in the real world. To better understand these differences, we will look at the comparative study of virtual networks and formation with real-world networking in the communication components (sender, audience, feedback, tools, and disorder). In this space, there are four types of exposures imaginable: 1. Formation in cyberspace 2. Establishing mirror structures (reflecting real-life organizations with the same relationships and components) 3. Establishing auxiliary and complementary organizations. Our theoretical framework is communication as a transaction and method relies on Delphi and Grund's Theory.