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Hurricane Florence: How to Help

Thursday, September 13, 2018
This post originally appeared on North Carolina Network of Grantmakers

The effects of Hurricane Florence are ongoing in many parts of North Carolina. Immediate relief efforts are underway, and long-term recovery and rebuilding will be required for the foreseeable future. With this in mind, our member North Carolina Network of Grantmakers is compiling information and resources related to the philanthropic response in the state. 

RESOURCES FROM PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS IN NORTH CAROLINA

 

Other foundations may open similar funds or deploy other resources. We will update this page as information becomes available.

RESOURCES FROM THE CENTER FOR DISASTER PHILANTHROPY

  • The Center for Disaster Philanthropy will host a webinar: Hurricane Florence - What's Next? on Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 3:00 p.m. to discuss the impact of the storm, as well as long-term recovery. Details and registration are here.
  • Disaster Philanthropy Playbook: Beyond sandbags and wool blankets, the needs of communities after a disaster are innumerable. The Playbook is designed to help funders catch up to these needs and offers tested response strategies.
  • The Center for Disaster Philanthropy has Hurricane Florence coverage, including an overview of the storm's impact, critical needs, and a contact to learn more and share about recovery efforts happening after the storm.
  • Resources are also available on the Center for Disaster Philanthropy website to learn more about the impact of hurricanes and how to help after a storm hits.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES RELATED TO DISASTER PHILANTHROPY

DISASTER RELIEF INFORMATION

RESOURCES FOR HEALTH AND EARLY CHILDHOOD FUNDERS

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