By Martha Cecilia Ovadia, Senior Program Associate, Equity & Communications

Hurricane Florence will have wide-reaching impacts that require strategic, long-term investments across parts of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic. Although the storm has been downgraded, Florence still poses a significant threat to lives and property, according to the National Weather Service

Join the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s upcoming webinar to learn more.

Hurricane Florence: What’s Next?

Tuesday, Sept. 18

3 p.m. ET/ 2 p.m. CT.

Register here.

CDP is also launching its 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund; details about this fund will be provided during the webinar.

This webinar is co-sponsored by the Funders’ Network, the Environmental Grantmakers Association,  Southeastern Council of Foundations, and the Council on Foundations, with funding from the UPS Foundation.


Additional Resources

As people across North America grapple with the realities of climate change and extreme weather events, the Funders’ Network is committed to providing funders with the opportunity to learn and share strategies that address these issues and help communities become more resilient and equitable in their disaster preparations and recoveries.

Here are additional events and resources from CDP, which serves as the technical assistance and curriculum partner for TFN’s Philanthropic Preparedness, Resiliency and Emergency Partnership (PPREP):

Webinar | Hurricanes Irma and Maria: State of Recovery
Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018
3 p.m. ET/ 2 p.m. CT

Blog | Strategies for Funding the 2018 Hurricane Season

Data | Measuring the State of Disaster Philanthropy: Data to Drive Decisions

For more resources and updates, visit the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s website.