Disaster Resilience, Relief and Recovery
The Coronavirus public health crisis is a moment when we need to be intentional in addressing the needs of disability communities.
The current wildfires are affecting tens of thousands of northern Californians, forcing widespread evacuations, burning homes and structures, causing air pollution, and disrupting the fragile livel
NCG Members looking to learn more about philanthropy’s response to Hurricane Florence are encouraged to attend a joint briefing by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and the South Eastern Council
Join GCIR to learn from leaders in the immigrant rights movement on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic about how philanthropy must significantly increase grantmaking dollars, shift grantmaking pra
The ongoing reconstruction of Sonoma and Napa Counties has laid bare key issues still facing our communities two years after the Fall 2017 fires, among them affordable housing, mental health, immig
Fires in Northern and Southern California are causing deaths and mass evacuations. As of November 7th, the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in modern California history is only 25 percent contained in the north. 6,500 homes are destroyed and 29 people have died.
Philanthropy California is offering funders an up-to-the-minute briefing on the fires, local and state agency responses, and how to aid local efforts and avoid fraud. Please register for the webinar to learn from local, state, and national funders, and disaster respondents who are currently engaged in response and recovery efforts.
As impacted communities in Northern and Southern California continue to grapple with the devastation resulting from the Camp, Woolsey, and Hill fires, questions about those affected and the resources available to them become paramount. This call will focus on the immediate and emerging needs arising from these disasters and the resources available to communities as they begin the long road to recovery. We will provide guidance for philanthropic organizations to begin strategizing their disaster grantmaking to meet the short- and long-term needs of survivors, especially vulnerable individuals, and families.
Discussion theme: Climate and Disaster Resilience with California’s Tribal Communities
The fires are finally out. While human needs are still front and center, talk of rebuilding is also underway. Join us to hear ideas on where we go from here as we learn how communities are engaging for a fair and just recovery.
Please join the North Valley Community Foundation (NVCF) and local communities to mark the one-year anniversary of the Camp Fire that devastated Paradise and surrounding communities in Butte County