Disasters happen regularly. Nonprofits should build their digital resilience by preparing as much as possible before a disaster occurs.
In the aftermath of devastating storms like Hurricane Ida, philanthropy should take the long view and follow six basic principles for trusted outcomes.
Philanthropy can help chronically neglected Afghanistan by listening to Afghans, advocating with elected officials, and helping with resettlement and funds.
The situation in Haiti after the 7.2 earthquake is catastrophic. Philanthropy should consider six lessons that we have learned since the last big quake.
Make your nonprofit more efficient and productive. Discover five considerations to start on the next steps in your digital resiliency and transformation.
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Learn how your fundraising team can obtain financial support in case of a disaster, and how your nonprofit can present itself as a trusted organization.
Minimize the limitations of an IT infrastructure by creating a contingency plan. Discover TechSoup’s insights and serve your community in any situation.
A natural or human-caused calamity can seriously impact your nonprofit. Get the latest edition of our guide to preparing and recovering from disasters.
Nowadays, we are facing many potential disasters, like earthquakes, cyberattacks, or pandemics. Discover how to manage your activity during hard times.
For any natural disasters, it's critical to have a communications plan ready to put into action. Discover four steps to a strong, good, and effective plan!
If your nonprofit can operate in this COVID-19 outbreak with its staff members all working remotely from home, we hope you find these resources useful.
Every nonprofit organization needs an emergency evacuation plan, a go-bag, a compilation of critical information about your organization. Discover more!
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