SUPPORT IS UNDERWAY
DESTRUCTION ALONG THE EASTERN SEABOARD
Hurricane Matthew, the most powerful Atlantic storm since 2007, may be gone but the aftermath of the damage will be felt along the southeast coast for months and years to come. Key Facts:
Are you a nonprofit ready to help communities impacted by Hurricane Matthew?
Good360’s DisasterRecovery360 platform allows you to identify and communicate your product needs as they change over time, all on our mobile app. We work with corporate donors to source the products you need and we can store product until you’re ready for it.
Are you a corporation ready to donate critically needed goods?
Good360 takes a holistic support to disaster recovery, starting with the communities’ immediate needs (even during evacuation stage) and committing to being there for the long-term, always focused on delivering the right goods to the right people at the right time.
No Goods to Give? You Can Still Help!
For every $1 in cash donated, Good360 delivers a minimum of $10 in goods to disaster-impacted communities.
Product Needs Identified as of October 13, 2016
First Aid Supplies:
Paper and Disposable Goods:
Help us get the RIGHT GOODS delivered to the RIGHT PLACE at the RIGHT TIME.
Good360’s Commitment to Disaster Recovery
Over the past 33 years, Good360 has distributed more than $9 billion in goods to those in need, including victims of disaster. It can take years for communities to recover and rebuild after a disaster – through DisasterRecovery360, we focus on getting the right product to the right people at the right time now and for the long-term
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.