Cisco Crisis Response
Five ways climate change is impacting humanitarian crises around the world
Climate change is causing humanitarian crises around the world. Erin Connor from CCR shares how our nonprofit partners are responding.
People Behind CSR at Cisco: How communications can strengthen the humanitarian response
Joe Harrison is a member of the Cisco Crisis Response (CCR) team. Learn more about his passion for how communications can transform lives.
What our nonprofit partners are doing to support people impacted by the war in Ukraine – and how you can help
Cisco nonprofit partners are helping those in need during the war in Ukraine. Learn more about how you can make a difference.
Supporting Ukraine – Within a Conscious Culture
Cisco is committed to supporting Ukraine and impacted communities by showing up with intention and action, allowing the lessons learned from our purpose and Conscious Culture guide our response.
Cisco Crisis Response: Re-imagining humanitarian communications and connectivity to optimize social impact
We are redoubling our efforts to respond to both local and global crises by establishing a new team - Cisco Crisis Response.
Cisco Crisis Response: Meet team member Matt Altman
At times of crisis, the Cisco Crisis Response team provides technology and expertise. Matt Altman is one of the Crisis Response team members on the ground. Here are three things you need to know about him.
Meet the nonprofits helping the most vulnerable
Cisco has always supported nonprofits working to help these at-risk people and families. Since March, we’ve provided additional funding to three strategic nonprofit partners that are working to help our most vulnerable citizens access the care and services they need.