2012 Integral Fellows Finalist: NetHope

$1,741 from 8 donors $5,000 goal

What is MSAF’s 48-Hour Matching Campaign?
From 9:00 P.M. Pacific Time on October 1 until midnight on October 3, donations made by Microsoft Alumni Foundation members through SeeYourImpact.org to the 2012 Integral Fellows nominees and Save the Children were matched.
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Nov 6 Microsoft made a $25 contribution
Oct 19 MSAF made a $766 contribution
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Dana made a $50 contribution
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2012 Integral Fellows Finalist: NetHope

Gisli Olafsson

Recognized as one of the premier disaster response coordinators in the world and the key contact for the U.S. Department of State in their emergency response operations, Gisli Olafsson has led NetHope’s efforts in response to the Southeast Asia tsunami, earthquake in Haiti, flood in Pakistan, and the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear incident in Japan. Leading the NetHope Emergency Response Working Group is no small task and requires coordinating the efforts of 35 humanitarian NGOs, the United Nations, local governments, and other responders. Gisli’s work begins with immediate rescue and continues through response to recovery and redevelopment.

About NetHope

NetHope’s mission is to act as a catalyst for collaboration, bringing together the knowledge and power of 35 leading international humanitarian organizations so that the best information communication technology and practices can be used to serve people in the developing world.

Microsoft Alumni Foundation
We do Philanthropy

The Integral Fellows program recognizes outstanding, meaningful alumni contributions to the daily lives of others on a local, national, or global level. We are excited to support our 2012 Integral Fellow Nominees through this 48-Hour Matching Campaign. The matching fund is made possible by generous donations from alumni and other supporters of the Microsoft Alumni Foundation (MSAF). Only gifts from members will be matched, so click here to join.

MSAF is the home for information about, opportunities with, and connections to the philanthropic activities of the Microsoft alumni community and is a 501(c)(3) organization.

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