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RESPONDING TO HURRICANE IAN

Hurricane Ian made landfall on September 28, 2022, in southwest Florida as one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S. Our team is on the ground in Florida responding providing immediate and long-term recovery relief.

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Responding to Hurricane Fiona

Hurricane Fiona made landfall as a Category 1 storm on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico on Sunday, September 18, 2022. Our team disaster response teams are currently deployed to visit communities, evaluate storm damages, and provide our support is most needed.

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Responding in Eastern Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky and other parts of Appalachia experienced historic flash flooding in July of this year. SBP is working with local partners, government and community leaders on the ground to offer our resources to support recovery.

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Volunteer With Us

Come have a life-changing experience and be part of a great cause. Volunteering with SBP has a direct and lasting impact on the communities served.

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ARE YOU READY TO DO YOUR PART?

SBP recruits passionate leaders from across the country to disrupt our country’s traditional disaster recovery model. SBP AmeriCorps Members will return hard-working Americans, displaced by natural disasters, to their homes.

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Recovery Acceleration Fund

SBP’s Recovery Acceleration Fund (RAF) is a social impact investment fund that provides bridge loans for post-disaster rebuilding to low-income, HUD-qualified homeowners, allowing them to make home repairs years faster than if they had to wait on traditional government programs.

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Join Our Team

SBP is always happy to hear from dedicated, hard-working professionals who want to join our team to help make a difference.

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This Holiday Season Give the Gift of HOME

Donate

RESPONDING TO HURRICANE IAN

Hurricane Ian made landfall on September 28, 2022, in southwest Florida as one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the U.S. Our team is on the ground in Florida responding providing immediate and long-term recovery relief.

Learn More Donate Volunteer Central FL Regional Recovery Acceleration Week Southwest FL Regional Recovery Acceleration Week

Responding to Hurricane Fiona

Hurricane Fiona made landfall as a Category 1 storm on the southwest coast of Puerto Rico on Sunday, September 18, 2022. Our team disaster response teams are currently deployed to visit communities, evaluate storm damages, and provide our support is most needed.

Learn More Donate Volunteer En Español

Responding in Eastern Kentucky

Eastern Kentucky and other parts of Appalachia experienced historic flash flooding in July of this year. SBP is working with local partners, government and community leaders on the ground to offer our resources to support recovery.

Learn More Donate

Volunteer With Us

Come have a life-changing experience and be part of a great cause. Volunteering with SBP has a direct and lasting impact on the communities served.

Learn More

ARE YOU READY TO DO YOUR PART?

SBP recruits passionate leaders from across the country to disrupt our country’s traditional disaster recovery model. SBP AmeriCorps Members will return hard-working Americans, displaced by natural disasters, to their homes.

Learn More

Recovery Acceleration Fund

SBP’s Recovery Acceleration Fund (RAF) is a social impact investment fund that provides bridge loans for post-disaster rebuilding to low-income, HUD-qualified homeowners, allowing them to make home repairs years faster than if they had to wait on traditional government programs.

Learn More

Join Our Team

SBP is always happy to hear from dedicated, hard-working professionals who want to join our team to help make a difference.

Open Positions

WE SHRINK THE TIME BETWEEN DISASTER AND RECOVERY.

We can't prevent natural disasters. But we can prevent some of the suffering they cause. By increasing resilience before disasters occur and streamlining the disaster recovery process, we're able to fortify people against unnecessary stress and trauma.

By taking a targeted approach to the wide-ranging task of disaster preparation and recovery, we’re able to have a greater impact and help speed recovery on a larger scale.

Where We Help

SBP provides resilience training in ten communities per year and engages in recovery efforts across the country to make vulnerable residents resilient to potential disaster and rebuild for those who have survived disaster. SBP is currently conducting resilience training and is leading recovery operations in the following locations:

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Recovery Efforts

Resilience Training