Join GlobalGiving for an exclusive event: “The Future of Disaster Philanthropy,” featuring challenges and opportunities for corporations
willing to step up and reimagine the future of disaster philanthropy.
Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017
Time: 10 am - 11:30 am EDT
Location: Virtual call
GlobalGiving created this event to share corporate disater response strategy and nonprofit disaster response efforts. Panelists will each present about their recovery and relief work, and then the floor will be open for you to ask questions directly to our panelists.
To be announced soon
The GlobalGiving community is made up of large and small nonprofits and companies from more than 165 countries. When disasters and humanitarian crises strike, GlobalGiving is committed to connecting people and companies to vetted, locally-driven organizations that are immediately responding to needs in their communities. Our priority is always to support the work that the affected community believes to be most important. GlboalGiving also supports corporate disater giving by advising on giving strategy and connecting with responding organizations.
GlobalGiving listens carefully to find out which needs our partners deem to be most critical after disasters. With the support of donors, corporate partners, and funders, GlobalGiving can get funds directly to first-responders within days of a crisis, allowing local organizations to address the most pressing issues quickly and efficiently.
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GlobalGiving, a top-rated charity on Charity Navigator, is the first and largest global crowdfunding community for nonprofits. Since 2002, GlobalGiving has helped raise more than $200 million from 500,000+ donors for more than 14,000 projects. Because GlobalGiving works with nonprofit organizations in more than 165 countries, when natural and humanitarian crises occur, GlobalGiving can quickly deliver funds to locally-driven organizations that are best-suited to provide relief in their own communities.