LILAC | Civic Engagement stands with our students, their families and friends, and the communities affected by disasters. Below are links with useful information on reflecting on and responding to disasters world wide.
- Resources for Responding to Mass Shooting
- List of Global and Regional Relief Organizations
- Guidelines for Hosting an On-Campus Donation Drive: Recommendations from LILAC | Civic Engagement
- How to Decide Where to Donate Your Money After Disasters: New York Times article: "It may feel impersonal, but money is often the most useful form of donation. Unlike goods, financial gifts have no associated transportation costs. A $20 pair of jeans, for example, would cost about $165 to ship from Washington, D.C., to the capital of Honduras."
- Interfaith Philadelphia: Interfaith Philadelphia's Mission Statement: "In order to promote social harmony and inter-religious understanding, the Interfaith Philadelphia equips individuals and communities for interfaith engagement, builds collaborative relationships, and stands in solidarity with our diverse neighbors."