Basic Tips for Disaster Giving

Today, we are fortunate to live in a world where people can reach across the globe and lend a hand in times of disaster. However, immediately after a disaster, donors may be overwhelmed with options and information, creating confusion about where their money can be most effective. In this video, Disaster Response Lead Gillian Yeoh talks to donors about how to make the most of their donation. You can learn more about effective disaster response by reading Disaster Giving in Asia: Lessons, Guidelines and Opportunities. [Read more...]

Lessons Learned: The 2011 Disaster in Tohoku, Japan

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Over the past year there has been an influx of volunteers, organizations and money to help Tohoku. This paper aims to look back at the response to the March 11 (“3.11”) disaster and share Give2Asia’s lessons learned. Through this, we hope to help philanthropists identify opportunities for further impact and the general improvement of organizations working in Tohoku and other disaster-affected communities around the world. [Read more...]

2011 – Disaster Giving in Asia: Lessons, Guidelines & Opportunities (PDF)

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This report on disaster philanthropy outlines the lessons and best practices that Give2Asia learned over the course of last 10 years. Written by Gillian Yeoh of Give2Asia, this 10 page report is available for download here (459Kb).

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