HELP THE FLINT, MICHIGAN WATER CRISIS

To Date, Good360 has distributed

  • 241,182 diapers
  • 525 water filters
  • 4,830 gallons of nursery water
  • 5,000 personal care items including hand sanitizer, baby wipes and dental hygiene products

$50,000 delivers up to

$1,500,000 in products

CORPORATE DONORS

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you want to help?

Who is Good360?

A 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit that works with corporations, charities and individuals to make the business of giving simpler, more efficient and more effective.

What is DisasterRecovery360?

The disaster recovery arm of Good360 that connects on-the-ground nonprofits with corporate donors to ensure that the right goods get to the right people at the right time during all stages of a disaster.

What is the Flint Water Crisis?

In April 2014, it was decided to temporarily switch Flint’s water source from the Detroit water system to the Flint River. Because the river water was not properly treated, lead from the city’s water pipes and lines leached into the drinking water. Flint has since returned to the Detroit system, but the water is not yet safe to drink and concerns remain regarding the risk of lead exposure to the city’s children.

I am a Nonprofit, how can I help?

If you are a 501(c)3 working on-the-ground in Flint, please go to DisasterRecovery360.org and register for the Flint Water Crisis. From there you can create a Needs List for all the items you need while serving the community. We will then take those needs to our corporate partners in order to fulfill them as quickly as possible.

What if I have products that I want to donate personally?

One of the biggest challenges in any disaster recovery effort is ensuring that the right products get to the right people at the right time – this is where Good360 excels. The best way to support the relief efforts is to participate through the Good360 platform so that we can ensure that your gift is channeled to its most efficient and impactful use in the Flint community. 

I am an Individual, how can I help?

Local nonprofits are working hard to provide necessary items to the Flint community. They need your help in securing these items. You can either donate on this page or go to DisasterRecovery360.org, select the Flint, MI Water Crisis pin or image and scroll down to view the registry of our partnering nonprofits.

I am a Corporate Donor, how can I help?

Our registered nonprofits need your help. Please go to DisasterRecovery360.org, select the Flint, MI Water Crisis pin or image and then register your corporation by selecting the button “Are you a company looking to donate product?” on the left side of your screen.

What is Good360 doing?

Good360 will be receiving real-time product needs from our nonprofits on the ground. We are also working with local foundations and community groups to develop long-term recovery plans so that when the media leaves, the community continues to be served fully.

How long will Good360 help?

Good360 is committed to the community of Flint until their need for tangible goods has been eliminated.

How do we know things are getting better?

As needs are met by your contribution, our nonprofits will be creating impact stories to show how your donation impacted their community. By donating and providing your email address, we will be sure to provide you with those stories as they come in.

How Good360 is Helping

Good360 is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit that is dedicated to providing the right goods to the right people at the right time at all stages of a disaster, even when the goods needed most change from one day to the next. 

In 2015, a stubborn pediatrician in Flint, Michigan stood up and spoke out when it mattered most for the children of the Flint community, holding a press conference to announce to the world the findings of her team’s independent study on the impacts of possible lead contamination of the Flint River. These findings revealed that the blood-lead levels had doubled and even tripled in children since the city switched its water supply in 2014, with possibly up to 12,000 children having been exposed to the contaminated water.

Good360 is taking that same action-focused approach to the response and long-term recovery effort by galvanizing corporate, foundation, and individual donors, and collaborating with Flint-based nonprofits to provide NSF-certified supplies and critically-needed goods to the Flint community through the end of the calendar year and beyond. 

The crisis in Flint did not have to happen, but you can help ensure a bright future for the children of Flint.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Good360?

A 501(c)(3) nonpartisan nonprofit that works with corporations, charities and individuals to make the business of giving simpler, more efficient and more effective.

What is DisasterRecovery360?

The disaster recovery arm of Good360 that connects on-the-ground nonprofits with corporate donors to ensure that the right goods get to the right people at the right time during all stages of a disaster.

What is the Flint Water Crisis?

In April 2014, it was decided to temporarily switch Flint’s water source from the Detroit water system to the Flint River. Because the river water was not properly treated, lead from the city’s water pipes and lines leached into the drinking water. Flint has since returned to the Detroit system, but the water is not yet safe to drink and concerns remain regarding the risk of lead exposure to the city’s children.

I am a Nonprofit, how can I help?

If you are a 501(c)3 working on-the-ground in Flint, please go to DisasterRecovery360.org and register for the Flint Water Crisis. From there you can create a Needs List for all the items you need while serving the community. We will then take those needs to our corporate partners in order to fulfill them as quickly as possible.

What if I have products that I want to donate personally?

One of the biggest challenges in any disaster recovery effort is ensuring that the right products get to the right people at the right time – this is where Good360 excels. The best way to support the relief efforts is to participate through the Good360 platform so that we can ensure that your gift is channeled to its most efficient and impactful use in the Flint community. 

I am an Individual, how can I help?

Local nonprofits are working hard to provide necessary items to the Flint community. They need your help in securing these items. You can either donate on this page or go to DisasterRecovery360.org, select the Flint, MI Water Crisis pin or image and scroll down to view the registry of our partnering nonprofits.

I am a Corporate Donor, how can I help?

Our registered nonprofits need your help. Please go to DisasterRecovery360.org, select the Flint, MI Water Crisis pin or image and then register your corporation by selecting the button “Are you a company looking to donate product?” on the left side of your screen.

What is Good360 doing?

Good360 will be receiving real-time product needs from our nonprofits on the ground. We are also working with local foundations and community groups to develop long-term recovery plans so that when the media leaves, the community continues to be served fully.

How long will Good360 help?

Good360 is committed to the community of Flint until their need for tangible goods has been eliminated.

How do we know things are getting better?

As needs are met by your contribution, our nonprofits will be creating impact stories to show how your donation impacted their community. By donating and providing your email address, we will be sure to provide you with those stories as they come in.

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