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Every year, Humanity Road volunteers help thousands of people around the world impacted by disaster. In 2016, the disaster desk was active for 3,878 hours. Volunteers responded to 105 events in 45 countries, and total volunteer hours of service topped 11,000 hours. 

Humanity Road was founded in 2010 by Chris Thompson and Cat Graham, twin sisters who created the organization to connect people, animals and emergency officials with help and resources when disaster strikes. Humanity Road pioneered the new generation of humanitarian relief through social listening. They built a process focused on early adoption and improvement in response to sudden onset disaster.

In 2016, the organization was recognized by the United Nations Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) at the World Humanitarian Summit. Humanity Road was one of only 100 nonprofits in the world to be showcased in its Innovation Marketplace.

In 2015, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) identified Humanity Road as one of only 7 organizations selected for the FEMA Tech Sector to help solve critical needs through innovative applications of technology. Learn more

When disaster strikes, Humanity Road is helping to solve critical needs through innovative applications of technology. Humanity Road has been honored for its innovative approach by the United Nations and is a member of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Tech Sector. Recognized as the global leader in digital disaster response, Humanity Road consistently receives high reviews from clients served, volunteers and professionals in the industry and wins top awards at Great Nonprofits.org.  Humanity Road maintains a Gold level participant status with Guidestar for financial transparency and is an approved National Charity with the Combined Federal Campaign. Review our financial reports

We are the industry leader in social listening during disaster response; but behind all of that technology are the real stories about life saving efforts and the true heart of our volunteers. Read more here