Disaster Resilience, Relief and Recovery
The current wildfires and recent hurricanes and earthquake drive home the urgency of community response and the community concerns that drive recovery. They also remind us we need to prepare for the risks we face in the Bay Area. Join a breakfast conversation with Sonoma, Mendocino and Napa community foundations on their latest response efforts followed by a planning session with philanthropic leaders to learn how their disaster experiences have shaped the plans they have put in place to recover their organizations’ operations after a disaster, support their communities, and collaborate with others.
Disasters are increasing across every state and on multiple terrains including wildfires, hurricanes, mass shootings, and financial crisis.
The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak is far reaching, including major implications for non-profits and the communities that they serve.
Access to healthy food and adequate nutrition is an increasing struggle for low-income older adults.
Discussion theme: Supporting and Protecting Latinx and Undocumented Communities
Join a webinar with leaders of the community foundations and disaster response experts to hear how they're doing, what they know so far, and what kind of support is most helpful at this stage of the emergency.
Why We’ve Stopped Saying ‘Natural Disaster’ and You Should Too
Each week the LSFN will host a funder roundtable to facilitate funder-specific discussions around the ways in which COVID-19 is impacting the populations served by legal services organizations, and
About this Series
Discussion theme: Enhancing Wildfire Mitigation in California