Thank you for your interest in the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s recovery funds. Maximize your impact and strengthen communities while supporting equitable disaster recovery. Leverage our expertise in disaster response, humanitarian aid and philanthropy, knowing that your philanthropic investment will go where and when it is needed most.
Private giving slows down considerably after the first six to eight weeks and stops six months after a disaster, while long-term recovery takes years. Issues such as mental health, affordable housing, food security and livelihoods arise in the aftermath and require flexible, sustained funding.
Disaster recovery is the process of improving individual, family and community resiliency after the occurrence of a disaster. Recovery is not only about the restoration of structures, systems and services – although they are critical. A successful recovery is also about addressing sources of inequitable and unjust outcomes, and individuals and families being able to rebound from their losses and sustain their physical, social, economic, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
CDP recovery funds maximize the impact of donations by supporting strategic, long-term recovery to help build stronger communities. We emphasize investing well rather than investing quickly to address the greatest needs and gaps in funding that emerge months after the disaster.
CDP Israel and Gaza Relief and Recovery Fund
The CDP Israel and Gaza Relief and Recovery Fund provides strategic immediate and long-term recovery support to people disproportionately affected by the region’s humanitarian crisis.
CDP Global Recovery Fund
CDP's Global Recovery Fund provides an opportunity for donors to meet the ongoing and ever-expanding challenges presented by sudden and slow on-set disasters or protracted humanitarian emergencies worldwide.
CDP Hawaii Wildfires Recovery Fund
CDP's Hawaii Wildfires Recovery Fund supports equitable recovery for wildfire-affected families and communities who face unique challenges in the aftermath of disasters that can prolong recovery.
CDP Turkey & Syria Earthquake Recovery Fund
CDP's Turkey & Syria Earthquake Recovery Fund supports the most underserved and at-risk earthquake-affected families and communities as they work to rebuild and recover.
CDP Tornado Recovery Fund
CDP's Tornado Recovery Fund allows donors to target their contributions to meet specific medium- and long-term philanthropic goals for communities affected by tornadoes in the United States.
CDP Global Hunger Crisis Fund
CDP’s Global Hunger Crisis Fund supports vulnerable, marginalized and at-risk communities to prevent and address hunger and malnutrition, build resilience to drought and food insecurity, and focus on longer-term solutions to help the communities recover.
CDP Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Recovery Fund
CDP's Ukraine Humanitarian Crisis Recovery Fund will focus on addressing humanitarian needs that arise, particularly among the most vulnerable, marginalized and at-risk internally-displaced peoples (IDPs) and refugees.
CDP Disaster Recovery Fund
CDP's Disaster Recovery Fund allows donors to target contributions to meet specific philanthropic goals for any domestic disaster to help communities rebuild stronger and prepare for future disasters.
CDP Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund
CDP's Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund focuses on medium- and long-term recovery needs in communities affected by storms.
CDP COVID-19 Response Fund
CDP's COVID-19 Response Fund supports containment, response and recovery activities for those most affected by the pandemic and for frontline workers.
CDP California Wildfires Recovery Fund
CDP's California Wildfires Recovery Fund supports communities as they work to prepare, rebuild and recover from devastating fires.
CDP Midwest Early Recovery Fund
The Midwest Early Recovery Fund catalyzes recovery efforts two weeks to 18 months after disaster events in a 10-state region that includes Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and the Native nations that share the geography.