Disaster preparedness and Relief

GWP Member Disaster Relief Response

Resource
Publication date: 
11/2017

When GWP is asked about our members' philanthropic response to a given disaster, we'd like to share your stories.  Many organizations in Southwestern PA and across the country have responded to support the people and communities affected by recent natural disasters and we have created a list of GWP Member responses in this spreadsheet. 

Find More By

Resource Type 
Audience 

National Teleconference for Funders: Response to Orlando Shooting

Resource
Publication date: 
06/2016

The Forum co-hosted a National Teleconference for Funders: Response to Orlando Shooting, along with the Funders for LGBTQ Issues, Change Philanthropy, AAPIP, ABFE, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, Hispanics in Philanthropy, Native Americans in Philanthropy and Women’s Funding Network. This was the first in a series of three teleconferences on this topic.

Disaster Philanthropy Playbook

Resource
Publication date: 
11/2012

A compilation of philanthropic strategies, best practices and lessons learned that helps communities think through how a disaster will affect them and plan and prepare to respond when it happens. It is centered on 15 strategies, including community and economic recovery; education; health and behavioral health; aging and disabled populations; arts and culture; environment; and others. The Disaster Philanthropy Playbook is a joint project of Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Council of New Jersey Grantmakers in association with United Philanthropy Forum. 

Find More By

Resource Type 

Your Toolkit for Successful Evaluations

Knowledgebase
Publication date: 
05/2010

This resource has been designed and assembled by the Macro International evaluation team with the support of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation as a starter kit to promote the integration of effective evaluation into grantmaker education programs.

Pages

Subscribe to Disaster preparedness and Relief