Disaster Recovery - NEW - Good360

There is hope in every disaster

Good360 is currently engaged in the following recovery efforts:

GOOD360 TAKES A HOLISTIC, LONG-TERM APPROACH

We ensure that the right goods are delivered to the right people at the right time – throughout all stages of disaster recovery.

We’ll be there in the early days with personal care items, supplies for shelters, and cleaning/mucking out products and we’ll be there long after the media spotlight has dimmed months and years later with furniture, mattresses, home goods and other necessities to help impacted communities through the recovery journey.

Effective Disaster Recovery Efforts Face These Challenges

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of goods donated during times of disaster end up in landfills.

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of donations occur within the first two months after a disaster.

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of all giving is allocated to long-term rebuilding and recovery.

Our Approach to Disaster Recovery

We provide critically needed goods throughout all giving phases of disaster recovery:

Preparedness

Preparedness

  • Shelter kits
  • Clean-up kits
  • Emotional care items
  • Flashlights
Shelter

Shelter

  • Hygiene products
  • Diapers
  • Wipes
  • Undergarments
Clean Up

Clean-Up

  • Mold remediation supplies
  • Respirators
  • Gloves
  • Tyvek suits
Rebuild

Rebuild

  • Insulation
  • Flooring
  • Dry wall
  • Shingles
Refurnish

Refurnish

  • Furniture
  • Appliances
  • Fixtures
  • Household goods
Relive

Relive

  • School supplies
  • New clothes
  • Toys
  • Games

How Corporations and Good360 Work Together

Good360 has over 400 consistent retail and manufacturing product donors.  We partner with these donors on a variety of engagement activities including:

  • Employee Engagement Programs
    • Emergency prep kitting events
    • Shelter and emergency response kitting events
    • Turnkey solutions for employee giving and company matching
  • Donation Opportunities
    • Strategic product donations for any phase of recovery, including the long-term
    • Disaster Product Donations for long term recovery
    • Retail Store Matching for donating consumer returns
    • Truckload programs for warehouses and distribution centers
    • Good360 online donation marketplace
    • Cash grants – for every dollar received, Good360 can distribute at least $10 in needed goods
  • Impact Reporting
    • Good360 provides updates and impact stories to share internally

Our Corporate Partners

How Nonprofits and Good360 Work Together

Good360 works with trusted nonprofits on the ground to deliver the right goods at the right time.

  • Product donations
    • Distribution of goods that are critical for nonprofits in each phase of the disaster
    • Preparedness: clean-up kits, emotional care items
    • Shelter: soap, diapers, flashlights, undergarments
    • Clean up: mold remediation, respirators, gloves, Tyvek suits
    • Rebuild: insulation, flooring, shingles
    • Refurnish: furniture, appliances, household goods
    • Relive: school supplies, new clothes, toys, games
  • Long-Term Recovery Distribution Events
    • Good360 partners with nonprofits and corporations to organize a large-scale distributions of long-term recovery items such as furniture, mattresses and household goods
  • Impact stories to share with stakeholders

Our Nonprofit Partners

The Good360 Disaster Recovery Council

Our aim is to advance collaboration and engagement between the private, public and nonprofit sectors in such a way that we are anticipating the current and the future state of natural disasters in order to collectively build proactive models for response and recovery. The long-term support of our Good360 Disaster Recovery Council (GDRC) partners is critical to our ongoing work to support disaster-impacted communities.

With the both the frequency and intensity of natural disasters on the rise around the globe, there’s an urgent need for a more thoughtful approach to the way we respond and help impacted communities recover. Good360 and All Hands & Hearts – Smart Response are joining forces to take the Resilient Response pledge to build stronger communities that can better withstand future disasters.

We met our commitment to The Clinton Global Initiative to Get 25 companies to join us in this pledge in 2019, learn more here.

Thank you to the following generous partners:

For more information about GDRC membership, please contact Jim Alvey, Director of Partnerships, Disaster Recovery at jalvey@good360.org.    

Are you a company ready to ready donate?

Are you a nonprofit helping in disaster?

 
// Added by SM - 2019-06-06 // End of SM edits