Coronavirus Response & Resources

The Corporate Citizenship Center's Community Resilience and Disaster Response Program is committed to improving the efficacy of business philanthropy in disasters, breaking down information and coordination barriers between sectors, and highlighting the unique work of corporate citizens in the field.  The businesses in this Network are committed to expanding individual and business preparedness, providing skills and resources for a robust response, and ensuring that long-term recovery is given due consideration in the disaster management cycle. This Issue Network seeks to:

  • Improve communication, coordination, and cooperation between businesses, government, and nonprofits in times of disaster.
  • Utilize business expertise and innovation to improve the disaster management system.
  • Improve the effectiveness of business contributions to disaster preparedness, response, and recovery.

To get involved, please contact Brooks Nelson.

Over the past 15 years, the Corporate Citizenship Center (CCC) has worked with companies to identify strategies and best practices for dealing with

Businesses have a vital role to play in disaster preparedness, response, and recovery.

“Through CCC’s leadership in disaster preparedness, response forums, conference calls, and corporate delegations to connect with nonprofit organizations and government agencies, many in the Gulf Coast region feel better progress in recovery and more prepared to face the next hurricane season. The reconstruction of the Gulf Coast will continue for years and we can count on CCC to stay engaged.”
-Patty Riddlebarger, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Entergy Corporation

Resilience in a Box

Resilience in a Box, designed in partnership with the UPS Foundation, is based on best practices and designed to educate business leaders on disaster preparedness and business resilience.

    Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Quick Guides

    Sponsored by Shell, CCC's Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Quick Guides help chambers of commerce and small businesses prepare for and recover from disasters.