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By Lori J. Bertman, president and CEO, Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Family Foundation in Baton Rouge, La., and chairman of the CDP Board of Directors
Knowing what do in a crisis—and when to do it—is one of the issues CDP addresses on our website and in our other services. We asked one of CDP’s founders, an experienced crisis expert, for her thoughts on what the donor and nonprofit community can do to help over the next few days in particular—as well as during any disaster in general.
What do you think? The Center for Disaster Philanthropy welcomes your thoughts here, or find us on Twitter at @funds4disaster.