How to leverage Facebook for disaster response efforts

Vendor: NetHope Solutions Center

Start: Tue, Jun 13, 2017 11:00 AM
End: Tue, Jun 13, 2017 12:00 PM

Tuesday, June 13, 2017 - 11:00am - 12:00pm (EDT)

Join Facebook’s Social Good team for an in-depth look at Community Help, a new Facebook Safety Check feature that lets people find and give help such as food, shelter and transportation after a crisis.

At our webinar, Rosalyn Mahashin, Strategic Partner Manager, Facebook Social Good and Zanique Albert, Product Specialist in Community Operations will cover:

  • An overview of Facebook tools the Crisis Response team is building
  • A deeper look at Community Help, a new Safety Check feature that lets people find and give help such as food, shelter and transportation after a crisis 
  • How one organization used Community Help to identify and deliver supplies to the biggest areas of need as well as used Facebook to share on-the-ground updates after a disaster 
  • A discussion on how your organization can take advantage of Community Help

We look forward to seeing you at the event!


Rosalyn Mahashin – Strategic Partner Manager on Social Good at Facebook and Instagram. Rosalyn is responsible for building global strategic alliances with humanitarian organizations and oversees partner marketing programs.

Zanique Albert - Product Specialist for Social Good Products at Facebook. Zanique splits her time supporting product and engineering for Charitable Giving & Fundraising Tools and Crisis Response Tools.


We will not be posting the recording or the slides from this webinar, but stay tuned for a webinar recap blog post coming soon.

Please check out the following resources offered by Facebook:

Nonprofits on Facebook

Disaster Response on Facebook

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