Several leading national nonprofit organizations are calling on Congress and the president to immediately provide the tools charitable nonprofits need to provide relief to millions of people across the country impacted by devastating natural disasters.
More than 1 in 3 American donors gave half or more of their charitable contributions to disaster relief efforts in the last year.
While there are many more notable organizations working on the humanitarian crisis, here is a look at what 10 of your nonprofit peers are doing to support Ukraine.
World leaders called to support CEPI to help end the COVID-19 crisis, prepare for future pandemics, and address epidemic threats.
Lowe’s committed $2 million in appliances to Good360 to support families recovering from the series of deadly tornadoes in the South.
Country superstar Alan Jackson wanted to raise money for tornado disaster relief that devastated his hometown, so he teamed up with two corporate sponsors for his first in-person concert in more than a year. The sold-out benefit concert, Where I Come From: Tornado Benefit Featuring Alan Jackson, raised a total of $2 million dollars for local relief efforts. It also was live streamed on Facebook and available to watch for a few additional days, reaching an additional 1 million fans worldwide for an additional fundraising impact...
Anchoring causes us to focus on initial information we’ve received, even if it is erroneous.
As the crisis continues, we’re seeing its impact increase all over the world.
Robin Hood has awarded more than 500 COVID-19 relief grants in support of the highest-need communities across New York City.
An unprecedented effort by U.S. community foundations to help those impacted by COVID-19 has now mobilized more than $1 billion.