Help Hurricane Harvey Victims: Where To Donate #HoustonStrong

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Greater Houston Community Foundation Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. If you want to set up a fundraiser to help Hurricane Harvey Victims, you can do that on Everyday Hero. Here’s a good list from Texas Monthly of local charities working the relief efforts that you can also support.

Three Ways To Help Support Hurricane Relief in Puerto Rico

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It has been ten days since Hurricane Maria has devastated the Island of Puerto Rico. We have read the harrowing news reports about a lack of food, electricity, and water and people dying.

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Hurricane Sandy: How to Help

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We hope all of our readers on the East Coast are safe and sound after Hurricane Sandy. I also wanted to share Cynthia Samuels, (who runs the Care2 Cause Channel) terrific compilation of resources on how folks can help in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

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Donate to Hurricane Sandy Relief

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Hurricane Sandy has crippled the East Coast is this morning’s New York Time’s headline. But the story is personal for me.

How Does Hurricane Sandy Fundraising Compare to Other Disasters?

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Disaster fundraising for Hurricane Sandy appears to be lagging other major events, but there is a lot more going on here than initial appearances. Research & Trends Disaster Giving fundraising Hurricane Sandy Online Fundraising online giving

Hurricane Irene and the Nonprofit Social Media Storm | NTEN

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Hurricane Irene and the Nonprofit Social Media Storm | NTEN : We know our friends over at the Red Cross have been expertly using social media for disaster response for years now, but this weekend, with Hurricane Irene set to touch down all along the east coast, we saw many other organizations and government entities reaching out via social media, as well

Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Resources

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Relief organizations and first-responders are working tirelessly to provide aid to those affected by Hurricane Sandy. The staff at TechSoup Global is keeping all those affected by the devastating hurricane in our thoughts as we work to support recovery efforts.

Hurricane Sandy Art Relief: An Interview with Elana Haviv

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Hurricane Irene 2011

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Hurricane Irene 2011

Hurricane Sandy Situational Map

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Because of the severity of Super Storm Sandy, the VisionLink team has launched a real-time situational map at [link] : Open Red Cross Shelters NOAA projection of the storm path Geo-located Twitter data about the storm Power Outage KML East Coast Traffic Routes As the hurricane continues to move along the East coast and as conditions improve or worsen depending on your location, please be sure to stay safe until the storm has passed.

Measuring Social Media Outcomes Is Easier than Measuring Hurricane Strength

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While my family and their home dodged a bullet, like millions in NYC, other locations had catastrophic flooding and there was a loss of lives. We learned that it predicting the path of hurricanes is a more precise science than the measuring their destructive force. Source: Nasa.

Preparing for Hurricane Irene | BlackbaudKnowHow.com

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Preparing for Hurricane Irene | BlackbaudKnowHow.com : Here at Blackbaud’s headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina, we’ve been closely monitoring Hurricane Irene. We have detailed contingency plans to ensure we’re able to provide support from off-site locations, including our support office in Indianapolis, for down and critical issues during times of disasters.

The power of social media for Hurricane Sandy

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Any donations that were dropped off at A Family Storage would then be moved in a Cool Box container up to Hurricane Sandy relief centers. We chose to target users who had liked “Charity”, “Charity Events”, “Non-Profit”, “Hurricane Sandy Relief” and many similar variations. posted by.

'Large and dangerous' Hurricane Irene claims multiple lives – USATODAY.com

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Large and dangerous' Hurricane Irene claims multiple lives – USATODAY.com

4 Step Risk Planning for Event Fundraisers Inspired by Hurricane Sandy

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As Hurricane Sandy relief efforts continue, I’m reminded of the significant negative impact … Event Fundraising Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Traditional Events event logistics event planning events fundraising events Hurricane Sandy logistics risk planning

Google launches crisis map anticipating hurricane Isaac | Fox News

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Google launches crisis map anticipating hurricane Isaac | Fox News : To do its part, Google has launched the new website aggregating info on tropical storm Isaac as part of its Crisis Response project. NPHurricane NPDisasterRelief NPtech

NYC leverages social media to map evacuation info for Hurricane Sandy | SmartBlogs SmartBlogs

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NYC leverages social media to map evacuation info for Hurricane Sandy | SmartBlogs SmartBlogs : The City of New York utilized its Open Data platform to help residents deal with the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Highlights of the program include a Hurricane Evacuation Map and an accompanying Hurricane Evacuation Zone Finder residents can use to see if their location is at-risk of flooding and plan an evacuation

Tumblr, Photo Blogger Raise $100K for Hurricane Sandy Relief | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

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Tumblr, Photo Blogger Raise $100K for Hurricane Sandy Relief | News & Opinion | PCMag.com : In less than 24 hours, a joint Hurricane Sandy fundraising effort from Tumblr and New York photo blog Humans of New York (HONY) has topped their goal of raising $100,000 for victims of the storm

AFP: MySpace links users to US hurricane emergency alerts

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AFP: MySpace links users to US hurricane emergency alerts: "NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (AFP) — In what is heralded as the seeds of an Internet-age emergency broadcast system, MySpace has teamed with the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to spread news on hurricanes through users of the online social network.As Hurricane Gustav blasted the US Gulf Coast early this week, DHS officials telephoned.

Harvard University Students Running NYC Marathon in Boston for Hurricane Sandy | BostInno

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Harvard University Students Running NYC Marathon in Boston for Hurricane Sandy | BostInno : On Sunday, Baker and Whitmore, both Harvard University seniors, did their own 26.2-mile marathon, here in Boston, while raising money to support those in need who were impacted by the furious October storm.

Actigiving—The Next Phase in the Evolution of Episodic Giving

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When there was a flood, hurricane, or other natural disaster, people made a conscious decision to give to causes that were there to help others in need. Goodbye, slacktivism. Hello, actigiving.

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Federal Hurricane Response Widget

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The Federal Hurricane Response widget is a web tool designed to help share information during a major emergency with links to authoritative federal government sites on how to get help; finding friends and family; health and safety information; how to donate and volunteer; and a summary of what the government is doing.

2012 In Review: 3 Key CRM Trends

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Mars rovers, Olympics, Hurricanes and Elections—oh my! What a year! As 2012 comes … CRM Emerging Trends Analytics big data Mobile social

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Please Help: Volunteers Needed To Help With Hurricane Wiki To Prep for Hurricane Ida

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Source: Weather Channel Alerts 2009 was looking like a very uneventful hurricane season. That is until Hurricane Ida slammed into El Salvador killing 91 people as of this writing. He set up a Ning site Hurricane Information Center.

Disaster Relief Memo to Fundraisers: Lessons for Sandy from Katrina

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As the East Coast starts cleaning up from Hurricane Sandy, those of us … Annual Fund Stewardship Disaster Giving disaster relief

Text, Don’t Call, for Hurricane Safety

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As Hurricane Sandy descends on the eastern seaboard, everyone is scrambling to stay safe. People are evacuating low-lying areas, securing loose equipment, taping up their windows. The wireless carriers have another tip. Use text messages rather than phone calls to communicate with your loved ones. According to an article on NBCNews.com , text messages are easier on your phone battery, and don’t tie up network traffic as much as a voice call.

Disaster Can Strike Anywhere. Is Your Organization Prepared?

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Hurricane season kicked off on June 1 and we’ve already got our first tropical depression in the Atlantic. A disaster can be as big as a hurricane or as small as a water main break that floods your office and surrounding neighborhood.

The Surprising Truth About Donor Fatigue And What Nonprofits Can Do To Avoid It

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Note from Beth: With the hurricanes, gun violence, and fires, I gave generously, including donations to Global Giving funds. Donors have given about equal amounts to Hurricane Harvey ($4.0M as they have to the recent hurricanes in Puerto Rico + the Caribbean ($4.6M

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They Gave to Our Disaster Fund, Now What?

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In the wake of a disaster, like the recent Superstorm Sandy, many people … Stewardship Disaster Giving Hurricane Sandy

Text IRENE to 877877 to report hurricane damages

Mobile Commons

While preparing our own homes for hurricane Irene, Mobile Commons is also working to keep other New Yorkers safe. Yesterday, we developed a mobile database to help residents find out if they were in a flood zone or not.

NNTSP Applies Relief Work for Hurricane Sandy

Tech Soup Blog

Several of the NNTSP partners are combining efforts for a response to Hurricane Sandy. Microsoft has lent their Local Impact Map to the Aidmatrix disaster relief efforts, and in turn, the Aidmatrix NeedsFeed and Local Impact Map are featured on Microsoft’s ReadyReach Hurricane Sandy Response site as well as in communications from leaders such as Microsoft Corporate Citizenship’s Akhtar Badshah.

Mobile Commons Provides Polling Place Locator in the Wake of Hurricane Sandy – A Press Roundup

Mobile Commons

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many polling places throughout both states had to be moved. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy , many New York and New Jersey residents are unsure about where to cast their ballot on Election Day.

7 Tips for Quick Response During a Time of Need

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The first days following a disaster like Hurricane Sandy or other emergencies can be crucial for organizations as they reach out to supporters and request help. Here are 7 tips for engaging with your supporters during a time of need. Email Marketing Online Fundraising Web Design Disaster Giving disaster response

Facebook Ramps Up Reach for “Donate” Buttons and Fundraisers

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Even before Facebook helped raise $10 million dollars for the Center for Disaster Philanthropy for Hurricane Harvey relief, Facebook “Donate” buttons and fundraisers created by Facebook users were popping up in the feed with increased frequency.

We're all in it together.

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Hurricane Sandy. Sandy Hook. Fiscal Cliff. With each disturbing event of 2012, it feels like we've been hit with the same reminder: We're all in it together. Everything we do touches someone. Sometimes it's close to home. Other times, it reaches across the globe.

Key Findings from Giving USA 2013 Report

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In 2012, it is estimated that corporations gave $131 million to support Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, and that individuals gave $236 million. Giving USA: The Annual Report on Philanthropy is the longest running, annual report on U.S.

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An Inside View of Harnessing Technology to Support Disaster Relief

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Applying technology to disaster relief has evolved by leaps and bounds since I joined 2,000 people, most of whom I'd never met, to tackle the problem of creating a single searchable database of every person displaced by Hurricane Katrina in the days after the disaster.

Link Love: Food, Do-Gooding, Tech, Politics and Big Vision

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#GMN2016 Annual Conference| Observations from Day 3

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Dr. Ruesga began by acknowledging the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. As I mentioned in my previous two blog posts about the GMN 2016 annual conference , we asked conference attendees to respond to the following question: Where are you on your journey to measuring outcomes and impact?

Using Nonprofit Data to Find Your Next Major Donor

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As it turned out, sales of strawberry Pop-Tarts increased seven times their normal sales rate ahead of a hurricane. Relationship building with donors is an art. But we also know that there is a science to donor segmentation and the use of analytics.