Learn how the region could collaboratively support long-term, smart Gulf-restoration; effective actions that likely span state borders in order to improve “America’s sea.”
When faced with how to best to respond to the needs of older adults in a disaster, funders need to combine their knowledge of all three components of this work: knowledge about philanthropy, older adults, and disasters. Please join Grantmakers in Aging (GIA) for a panel discussion with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, The Patterson Foundation and the Florida Philanthropic Network.
Join Foundation Center and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy for a free webinar to hear highlights from the latest report which will be released on October 24, 2017. By increasing knowledge about disaster giving, philanthropists, government agencies, and NGOs will be better able to coordinate their work and make more strategic decisions, ultimately resulting in more effective disaster philanthropy and assistance.
Hurricane Matthew was the largest Atlantic Hurricane of 2016 and damages have totaled into the billions. Hear the latest update on recovery from Hurricane Matthew in the United States and Haiti, in addition to regional association of grant makers updates from each affected state.
In light of the recent Orlando shooting and as Florida enters peak hurricane season, disaster response is at the front of our minds. Join FPN's Communications Affinity Group and Center for Disaster Philanthropy to explore best practices for communications professionals during crisis.
This webinar is open to staff and board members of FPN member organizations.
Join Philanthropy WV and our members/friends at the Benedum Foundation Kim Barber Tieman, Program Office (Health & Human Services) and Mary Hunt, Senior Program Officer (Economic & Community Development) for a webinar on Tuesday, July 5, 2
This past week we have witnessed distinguished resiliency and unity unfold in the wake of the Orlando shooting early Sunday morning.
The Economic Self-Sufficiency Program helps to promote strong and economically self-sufficient communities by determining eligibility for food, cash and medical assistance for individuals and families on the road to economic recovery. Funders can use these handouts on how to apply for services and assistance helpful for foundations and nonprofits assisting families coming from Puerto Rico to Florida. Available in English and Spanish.
Listen to the audio the recording of Hurricane Irma: What Funders Should Know, a webinar for funders sponsored by Center for Disaster Philanthropy, Council on Foundations and the Southeastern Council of Foundations. To learn more about how Irma impacted the states and abroad, read Center for Disaster Philanthropy's detailed summary and listen to the audio recording of “Hurricane Irma: What Funders Should Know."
The “Hurricane Matthew: How Donors Can Help” webinar on Oct. 11, 2016, addressed immediate response and relief needs after the decade’s most powerful Atlantic tropical storm ravaged Haiti, slammed Cuba and the Bahamas, and inundated the Southeast U.S.