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Temin and Company CEO Davia Temin recently led our members through an interactive “crisis case” seminar where they could gauge their own reactions and share experiences and feedback with their peers. She talks about that session and the lessons learned from her career in crisis management in a new post on Smart Assets.
Read more on our blog.
At the end of May, the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers held a bus tour that visited storm-affected communities in Northern New Jersey — an opportunity for funders from around the region to learn more from experts involved in the recovery and rebuilding efforts throughout the state. We’re pleased to have CNJG’s Post-Sandy Recovery Coordinator, Elizabeth Murphy, share the details of that daylong tour with us.
Join the conversation on Smart Assets.
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If you know of any philanthropic activities or resources related to Hurricane Sandy that we haven’t listed on our hurricane response page, please let us know. Email information to: email@example.com.
Philanthropy New York is working intensively with members, government officials and Regional Associations throughout the affected area to coordinate and track philanthropic responses to the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. Our dedicated disaster response page will be updated frequently as the rebuilding continues with news on resources, initiatives and stories of impact.
Currently, we are working to help funders work together around specific issues like housing, aging populations, children and youth programs, health and long-term infrastructure and environmental planning. Please check our hurricane response page for frequent updates. We are also working to coordinate the efforts of the dozens of Hurricane Sandy recovery funds that are collecting donations and will be making grants to nonprofits.