Team up with local heroes to receive donations and reduce excess goods sent to disaster communities.

Every day communities impacted by disaster receive well-intended donations that aren’t a good fit for the disaster response.  These donations are either the wrong product or sent at the wrong time and this can lead to 60% of donated goods ending up in a landfill during a disaster.  Good360 would like to provide these well-meaning individuals an alternative for their donation and that’s where our partner nonprofits like you come in.

.If your organization accepts donations from individuals and is willing to be posted on our individual donation map, you may be contacted by one or more of these hometown heroes.  The map would include your organization’s mission, cause, logo and contact information.  Individuals will be encouraged to donate to a local nonprofit in need instead of sending their collection into a disaster area.

Good360 cannot guarantee if or when you will be contacted, but by signing up you may be the recipient of a new supporter or bunch of supporters in your local community.  To join the map, simply fill out the form below.

Disaster Recovery 360 – built and managed by Good360 – ensures that the needs of communities impacted by disaster are met in a timely manner throughout the full recovery process by ensuring the RIGHT GOODS are delivered to the RIGHT PLACE at the RIGHT TIME. This innovative new technology platform:

  • Collects real-time product needs from nonprofits responding at the site of a disaster,
  • Spotlights and shares those needs with generous companies and individuals who can help,
  • Provides timely updates as product needs change with every stage of disaster, and
  • Shares stories about how donations are used and how they are helping.

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