DisasterRecovery360, our innovative technology platform will revolutionize how individuals, foundations and companies contribute to disaster relief and recovery efforts.
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Interested in learning more about DisasterRecovery360? Check out our tools and resources below on how your community-based nonprofit can benefit.
A full how-to guide of DisasterRecovery360 for nonprofits that includes step-by-step instructions for nonprofit registration, registering your nonprofit for a disaster, creating a product needs list, showcasing an impact story, and the information houses on your nonprofit DisasterRecovery360 dashboard.
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DisasterRecovery360 Advisory Board
Kathy Fulton, Director of Operations, ALAN
Paul Kasinski, Chief Information Officer, Brighton Collectibles
Gerald McSwiggan, Director, Issue Networks, U.S. Chamber Foundation
Bob Ottenhoff, President and CEO, Center for Disaster Philanthropy
Jen Poitras, Colorado VOAD
John Ricketts, Disaster Services Manager, Feed the Children
Juanita Rilling, Director, Center for International Disaster Information (CIDI)
Joe Ruiz, Director, UPS Humanitarian Relief Program, The UPS Foundation
Lee Siler, Sr. Manager, Operations Support & Disaster Relief, Walmart Foundation
Mark Stump, Director of Direct Services, United Way of the Plains
Chuck Zdrojowy, Supply Chain/Logistics Program Manager, Tempur-Pedic
Our Fiscal Stewardship
More than 99 percent of funds are used for program services.
Good360 is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit that works with companies, charities and individuals to make the business of giving simpler, more efficient and more effective. The Alexandria, Virginia-based organization was created in 1983 to help companies donate inventory to charitable organizations. Today, Good360 is changing the face of philanthropy by creating a Circle of Good that allows companies, nonprofits and individuals to work together to do more social good together through product giving.