Mobilize quickly when your relief contributions are needed the most.
5 Building Blocks for a Strong Disaster Response & Recover Strategy:
- Adopt a year-round approach. Keep a pulse on seasonal disasters for more comprehensive response & recovery planning.
- Maintain Robust Processes. Understand your workflows so you can identify opportunities for flexibility to expedite timelines when necessary.
- Harnesses the Power of Purpose. Create a multifaceted disaster readiness plan utilizing employee giving, matching, volunteering and grants.
- Leverage connections with your Nonprofit partners. Identify global organizations with local chapters that align with your values so you can mobilize with the flip of a switch.
- Employ Agile Technology. Having the right technological tools is of the utmost importance when pivoting at a moment’s notice.
How can you make an impact in the event of a disaster or crisis?
Encourage Personal Giving
Consider adopting or expanding personal giving programs. Credit card donations can facilitate giving and the option to remove Nonprofit matching gift approvals is available.
Build Employee Assistance Programs
Establishing an EAP program for this Qualified Disaster allowing your employees to request assistance in a time of need.
Leverage In-person & Virtual Volunteerism
Adapt volunteer programs and provide purposeful engagement opportunities for employees.
Consider Stabilization or Recovery Grants
New, unrestricted grant(s) to nonprofit partners to assist them through this challenging time.
Utilize Your Extended Community
Reassess In-Kind Giving Needs of Nonprofits
Do existing nonprofits need something different that you can offer, and/or are there other nonprofits out there that need your support?
Swiftly activate new disaster relief programs:
Quickly roll out campaigns to support targeted causes
Mobilize resources faster
Disburse funds faster and more securely
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