Drought in U.S. Hits Western States Hard

During the month of July, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy is focusing on slow onset disasters, and one of those is drought. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) defines drought as a “complex phenomenon” of four types or components … Continued

Who Is Your Humanitarian Hero?

July 18, 2014, marks the world’s fifth Nelson Mandela International Day – the beginning of a “global movement to honor his life’s work and to act to change the world for the better.” Created by a unanimous decision of the United … Continued

Transforming the State of Disaster Philanthropy

As the only full-time resource devoted to disaster philanthropy, I’m pleased to inform you that the Center for Disaster Philanthropy is partnering with The Foundation Center, the leading source of data on philanthropy worldwide, to systematically track disaster-related philanthropy Every … Continued