When a disaster hits, we want every neighborhood in Miami to be able to spring to action and access resources immediately.
The Disaster Resilience Fund is a permanent, revolving fund that aims to raise $20 million to support nonprofits working to advance disaster preparedness, provide grants for relief efforts to frontline grassroots organizations in advance of a disaster and invest in long-term equitable recovery.
The goal of the Fund is to minimize the time it takes for nonprofits to receive resources after a disaster from 14 days to two days, reduce costs by 600%, and ready the philanthropic and nonprofit community at the start of each hurricane season with a preemptive, permanent source of support.
When it comes to disasters, we need to stand together. The Miami Disaster Resilience Fund is a collaborative of philanthropic, public and private partners.
- Premier Partners: Kenneth C. Griffin and Daniel R. Lewis & Valerie Dillon
- With the Support of: City of Miami, City of Miami Beach, Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Univision