Posts by Regine A. Webster

5 Things Funders Can Do to Address the Global Refugee Crisis

Posted by Regine A. Webster on January 19, 2017

As the world faces one of the largest refugee crises since World War II, understanding how to fund effective solutions has proven to be a difficult, complex task.

Should donors still be considering a contribution to help with the Ebola crisis?

Posted by Regine A. Webster and Anna R. Hurt on November 18, 2014

It’s easy to see, in recent weeks, the decline in media attention to Ebola, but the reality is that the Ebola virus outbreak is far from being a closed case. Since the outbreak gained steam, there have been more than 13,000 cases and nearly 5,000 deaths. Some reports have indicated that the number of...

A letter to funders considering support of Typhoon Haiyan: A sprint, a marathon, and a decathlon

Posted by Regine A. Webster on December 15, 2013

Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on the Center for Disaster Philanthropy website on November 13th. We are pleased to re-publish it with permission here; as referenced in the article, the advice and perspectives shared here are as meaningful today as they were a month ago....

Disaster Philanthropy: What is the role of family giving in preparedness, response and recovery?

Posted by Lori Bertman and Regine A. Webster on June 15, 2013

We’re pleased to present a very special edition of Ask the Center, featuring answers to questions on disaster philanthropy from two of the presenters from our June 13th webinar on the topic of “Disaster Philanthropy: The Role of Family Giving in Preparedness, Response and Recovery.” Lori J....

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