Recent Events: Corporate Citizenship Center
Hurricane Dorian became “the strongest hurricane in modern records” to hit the Bahamas, according to the National Hurricane Center.
All disasters are local. To support a community’s ability to react and recover quickly, we must improve the overall resilience of individuals, businesses, and communities.
The U.S. Chamber Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center (CCC)’s Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery program will be hosting a delegation trip to Northern California on June 5 and 6.
As the rate and impact of disasters grows, so has the response of the private sector to recover, rebuild, and make resilient. However, companies can struggle to communicate those efforts. New research by IBM and the U.S.
The pressing need for aid continues to grow for Venezuelans as the situation heightened along the border over the weekend.
Hurricane Michael, the strongest hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle on record, has wiped out homes and businesses and left thousands without power. Join the U.S.
Hurricane Florence's path of destruction has left flooding, power outages, and displaced communities. As we begin to see the full effect of Florence and continue the response and recovery process, join the U.S.
The 7th Annual Building Resilience through Private-Public Partnerships (PPP) Conference will take place July 24—25 in Washington, D.C.
Preparing, responding, and recovering from catastrophic disasters requires a cross-sector approach.
The Corporate Citizenship Center's Disaster Response and Community Resilience 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 fi