CDP Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery FundSupport this Fund
All signs indicate that the 2022 hurricane season will be a daunting one even as disaster and emergency resources continue to be stretched thin because of COVID-19.The CDP Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund supports initiatives that prioritize communities devastated by Atlantic hurricanes, especially those facing systemic barriers to equitable recovery. Click To Tweet
We focus on meeting medium- and long-term needs from storms like Hurricanes Ian and Fiona. Examples of such needs include rebuilding homes and livelihoods, mental health services, and other challenges identified by communities that arise as recovery efforts progress.
Photo: Clean up in San Juan, Puerto Rico following Hurricane Fiona. (Credit: Miguel Romero via Twitter)
The pandemic still makes evacuation, traditional response efforts such as food and shelter, and support for more marginalized and underserved populations such as the elderly and those with disabilities more challenging.
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund helps focus on the greatest areas of need for the recovery process.
This fund supports these disasters:
Medium and long-term recovery
We support programs such as rebuilding homes and livelihoods, meeting the needs of populations marginalized by systemic inequities, providing mental health services and addressing other urgent challenges that arise as recovery efforts progress as identified by the affected communities.
Community- and expert-informed
In consultation with local stakeholders and recovery experts, our staff identifies specific unmet recovery needs and funding gaps in each community. We explore investing in all geographic areas affected by the Atlantic hurricanes.
Intersectional racial equity lens addressing urgent emerging needs
We identify gaps in recovery funding to help direct financial support where needed most.
With funding from the Center for Disaster Philanthropy's Atlantic Hurricane Recovery Fund, our grantee partners are helping affected communities rebuild stronger.
Collaborating on Clean Up – Helping the Recovery and Rebuilding Process Begin
Thank you to the following donors for their generous support of the CDP Atlantic Hurricanes Recovery Fund.
- American Endowment Foundation
- Hugh J. Andersen Foundation
- Carole and Henry Berman
- The Boston Foundation
- Jean Buckley
- Charles Schwab Foundation
- Columbia Sportswear Company
- CommuteAir Cares
- Corus International
- Annalisa & Dino Di Palma
- Sara Doruska
- Etsy Impact Fund
- Foundation for Child Development
- The Gap Foundation
- Paul Gazzerro
- Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
- The Hershey Company
- John Hirschi
- Dr. Sue Hirscfeld Gift Fund
- Anne & Michael Hochberg
- Independent Charitable Gift Fund
- Irani & Yonemura Giving Fund
- Kinetic Agency Investment Management
- La Pietra Family
- The Lichen Fund
- Kathleen Loehr
- Maine Community Foundation
- The Middendorf Donor Advised Fund
- Justine M. Miner
- The Morino Institute
- Mark and Jo Ann Newell Fund
- The Norton Foundation
- Frank Orson
- The Pardy Charitable Fund
- Providence Health & Services – Washington
- Sal & Jan Ruvolo
- Signature Advisors Group, Ltd.
- SKL Family Foundation
- Sozosei Foundation
- St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund
- Luke Stirtz
- Alexander Teass
- The BDM Family Foundation
- Two Cats Charitable Gift Fund
- Nancy Waldspurger
- Benjamin Wilking
- Zander Family Fund
Your support has a direct and significant impact on our efforts to minimize the impact of hurricanes through thoughtful, equitable and responsible recovery for all.
Connect With Us
For more information on the situation and to learn about available resources, contact Sally Ray, Director, Domestic Funds.
To make a gift or learn more about the Fund, please contact our Development Team.
(Photo: CORE’s Cash-for-Work debris removal team gathers wood debris from remnants of homes left after Hurricane Dorian. Source: CORE)