A PASSION FOR HELPING EACH OTHER.
“There is an AD tradition of helping one another during times of crisis. It’s a testament to the strength and generosity of the AD community. That is what inspired the creation of this foundation.” – Bill Weisberg, Chairman & CEO, AD
What is the AD Disaster Relief Foundation?
The AD Disaster Relief Foundation enables the AD community to support one another’s people when natural or man-made disasters strike.
MOST RECENT NEEDS
Hurricane Ian made landfall on the West Coast of Florida as a category 4 hurricane, leaving millions of people without power and causing catastrophic flooding and storm surges.TAKE ACTION!
Donate Funds to the Greatest Need
Your donation will help address the immediate financial needs of those in crisis today and will help to build a safety net for future disaster survivors.TAKE ACTION!
Donate In-Kind Goods
Donate construction or industrial supplies to help our grantees clean up and rebuild their lives after the disaster.Take Action!
Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana as a category 4 hurricane with over 150 mph winds, causing mass-flooding, and leaving over a million people without power.TAKE ACTION!
Texas Weather Crisis
Winter Storm Uri, a major snow and ice storm impacting millions of Texans, brought devastatingly frigid temperatures causing burst pipes and widespread water damage to homes and properties across the state.TAKE ACTION!
A series of powerful storms with winds exceeding 100 miles per hour, known as a derecho, hit parts of Iowa, Nebraska, and Illinois, leaving over one million people without power, damaging homes and businesses and destroying countless acres of crops.TAKE ACTION!
Tropical Storm Imelda
Tropical Storm Imelda hit Texas with electrical storms, tornadoes, and over 3 feet of rain causing widespread flooding, making it the 7th wettest tropical storm in American history.GOAL REACHED
Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the East Coast, evacuating large portions of Florida, Georgia, and South Caroline and bringing with it life-threatening winds, dangerous flash flooding, and heavy rainfall.GOAL REACHED
Hurricane Barry made landfall in Louisiana and Mississippi leaving over 180,000 people without power and bringing 45 mph winds and dangerous, life-threatening flooding caused by over 20 inches of rainfall.GOAL REACHED
Over 41 locations across the Midwest have been affected by historic, record-breaking flooding, forcing thousands of evacuations, breaching dams and levees, and damaging hundreds of homes.GOAL REACHED
Over a dozen deadly tornadoes ravaged through Alabama and Georgia on March 3rd, 2019 leaving behind a path of catastrophic destruction and power outages affecting thousands across multiple counties.GOAL REACHED
The 3 wildfires spread across California (Camp Fire, Woolsey Fire, & Hill Fire) have scorched over 254,000 acres of land and led to mandatory evacuations of over 250,000 people.GOAL REACHED
Two wildfires burning in Utah County are devastating the land and displacing our people.GOAL REACHED
Hurricane Florence is one of the strongest strikes on this part of the East Coast on record.GOAL REACHED
Santa Rosa Wildfires
Raging Wildfires across Northern California reduced homes and cars into burnt piles of ash and rubble.GOAL REACHED
Maria left communities across the island of Puerto Rico in complete ruins and residents struggling to find even the most basic necessities.GOAL REACHED
Harvey dropped 33 trillion gallons of rainfall causing massive flooding and destruction.GOAL REACHED
There are still others in need. See how you can help.