9.9.2019 US News
"Winning Grant Proposal Contest" awards bonus grants to already-awarded grant applications, Ruth McCambridge to leave "The Nonprofit Quarterly," Art Buddies to host Halloween costume making party, and more.
Ep 33: Back to Whatever Normal Is
Through the lens of the devastating floods across Nashville and Middle Tennessee in May of 2010, Lori Shinton of Hands on Nashvile and Regine Webster from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy talk about disaster response and the challenges organizations and communities face in the aftermath.
10.23.17 US Nonprofit News
Norwalk Hospital and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) launch the MSK Physicians at Norwalk Hospital, a new cancer care collaboration, AIDS United awards grants to 10 community-based organizations for its Positive Organizing Project, The Association of Fundraising Professionals Fort Lauderdale/Broward Chapter will host its 30th annual National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon on November 15th, and more.
9.18.17 US Nonprofit News
Executive Director Nicole Rom presents Climate Generation’s work at the Climate Education & Opportunities Collective Impact Summit, Fidelity Charitable collaborates with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to provide lists of organizations providing relief services for Hurricanes Irma and Harvey for grant recommendations, the Jewish Communal Fund approves grants totaling $1.35 million to local Jewish charities in the New York area, and more.
9.5.17 US Nonprofit News
Southeastern Grocers partners with the American Red Cross’ Disaster Relief to raise funds for those impacted by the flooding in Houston, The United States Tennis Association Foundation raises over $1.1 million at their 17th annual Opening Night Gala, The Home Depot Foundation commits $1 million to support Hurricane Harvey disaster relief efforts in Texas and Louisiana, and more.
The When, Where, and How of Informed Disaster Relief
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy transforms disaster giving by providing timely and thoughtful strategies to increase donors’ impact during domestic and international disasters. With an emphasis on recovery and disaster risk reduction, they aim to raise awareness of the life cycle of disasters and create plans for informed giving and relief.
Oklahoma tornado devastation: What to do now?
As relief organizations and individuals rush to provide aid in the aftermath of the Oklahoma tornadoes, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy offers advice on the best ways to help.