Find general and specific disaster relief information and resources for funders or individuals who want to support organizations in regional, national or world wide responses.
Developed by IPA following the 2008 floods, this guide contains principles and tips from the Council on Foundations, accompanied by Indiana "in action" examples. It also includes information on hardship grants to individuals.
The Disaster Philanthropy Playbook is a compilation of philanthropic strategies, best practices and lessons learned that have saved and galvanized local economies, nonprofits, and vulnerable populations from entering into a permanent downward spiral in the wake of disaster.
The Jessie Ball duPont Fund created this guidebook to document what it learned about disaster response during the weeks and months following the 2011 Alabama tornadoes.
Based on a year-long, joint study of the European Foundation Centre and the Council on Foundations, this report provides eight principles of good disaster management and a number of practical suggestions.
Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COADs) provide a platform for increasing communication and coordination among public, private and nonprofit agencies to reduce the impact of disasters.
This toolkit can be an invaluable resource to the long-term recovery of families that have experienced a disaster. Templates are available to customize the section on disaster recovery resources for your community.
Download and personalize this template to create a plan that outlines your strategy in response to a disaster, provides essential information for the continuity o
This page contains Grantmaking resources for community foundations.
Sharon Kandris, Director of Community Informatics at The Polis Center, discusses how Indiana foundations and their grantees can use community informatics (information and communication technologies).
This comprehensive report shares the experiences of donors that provided funding following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and offers a blueprint for future philanthropic intervention following such disasters.
The Resilient Organization, developed by TechSoup with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, is a holistic guide to IT disaster planning and recovery. This e-book is intended for organizations that are preparing for a disaster, as well as those that need to rebuild and maintain operations after a disaster.
Areas in Texas between Corpus Christi and Houston experienced extreme flooding due to Hurricane Harvey, a record-breaking storm.
After taking a destructive path through the Caribbean, Hurricane Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys on September 10. It wreaked havoc as it moved through the state of Florida. States of Emergency were issued in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The September earthquakes in Mexico cause widespread damage and loss of life. Hurricane Maria is regarded as the worst natural disaster on record in Dominica.
This article from Grantmakers in Aging details why diaster-related death rates are so much higher for older adults and how philanthropy can help.
The Resilient Organization, developed with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, is a holistic guide to IT disaster planning and recovery.
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy has partnered with Foundation Center on an interactive dashboard, which provides an analysis of disaster-related funding by foundations, governments, corporations and individuals. The data presented illuminates funding trends, exposes some of the imbalances in where and when contributions are made to help donors make more strategic decisions about their investments in the full life cycle of disasters, including preparedness and recovery efforts.