- Disaster Services
- The Many Faces of Service
No one should go through disasters alone. When natural disasters strike, or public health emergencies develop, people need help. Once these events end, people need help even more. But sometimes, it's hard to see how YOU can help.
The Community Foundation for Mississippi (CFM), working with Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service, established the Mississippi Community Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund as an initiative to create a state-wide pooled fund to respond to disasters in Mississippi, including COVID-19.
As nonprofits continue to operate in a new environment created by the current pandemic, Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy prepared this guide to help you and your organization easily access information and resources to respond to COVID...Read More
If you are a health or medical professional or are willing to assist in emergency response, you can register to help our state in the event of a large-scale disaster or other public health emergencies.Read More
TIPS FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING, QUARANTINE, AND ISOLATION DURING AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE OUTBREAKRead More
If you are not feeling well (in any way whatsoever), you should step down from volunteering for this role. There are many others who are well and available to help. Please follow Coronavirus (COVID-19) hand washing and infection control measures at all...Read More
Are You Feeling Well Enough To Volunteer?Read More
Managing volunteers involves high degrees of organizational and leadership skills. During a pandemic, these skills will be critically important to lead a successful volunteer program that ensures the health, safety and welfare of staff, volunteers, and...Read More
For more information contact: Keith Fulcher | kfulcher@CFNM.org Phone or Text: (662) 719-1732 COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI ANNOUNCES 27,500 MATCHING GRANT FROM THE MADDOX FOUNDATION The Maddox Foundation announced a $27,500 matching...Read More