Tag: natural disaster

Aerial view of the submerged six flags in new orleans after hurricane katrina, image used for Mickey Berlianshik blog on how philanthropy helped after hurricane katrina

How Philanthropy Helped People During Hurricane Katrina

As people rush to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey, it’s important to take a look at how philanthropy helped people during Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and onwards. It’s also worth examining the lessons we learned from Hurricane Katrina about what kind of aid is most needed during a natural disaster and what issues could […]

Wheat field with a large storm cloud above it, image used for mickey berlianshik blog on how to help out during a natural disaster

How to Help People During a Natural Disaster

Unfortunately, it seems more and more common to hear about natural disasters. The world is more closely connected than ever before and the population has rapidly increased, leading to people living in places where few people lived before. As we hear about these natural disasters in the news, most people’s initial reaction is a desire […]

Space view of a large cloud on earth, image used for Mickey Berlianshik blog on how to help hurricane harvey flood victims

Ways to Help Out Hurricane Harvey Flood Victims

Recently, Hurricane Harvey has battered Texas, particularly the Houston area. The storm is considered the worst to ever reach land in the United States and is more severe than Hurricane Katrina. News is continuously being updated and more and more people need assistance, whether it’s an emergency rescue, shelter, or simply food and water. Lots […]

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