When a natural disaster or humanitarian crisis occurs, connectivity is a critical form of aid—just like food, water, shelter, and medical care. We work with local agencies and communities to help them prepare for, respond to, and sustainably rebuild from crises.
Deployment of personnel to install emergency networking and communications gear, disaster grants, and employee matching gift campaigns.
Product grants, connectivity kits, equipment loans, and consulting on emergency connectivity solutions.
Solutions for our partners, social impact investments, training, and the expertise of our 300+ Cisco employee volunteer community.
Collaborations and joint deployments with select NGOs, governmental and emergency response agencies.
Working with nonprofit partners, we help create technology-based solutions.
Cisco helped establish NetHope in 2001 and continues to support its consortium of humanitarian organizations.
By harnessing the power of digital technology and providing support, we help those who need it most.
of over 1900 families supported by Destination: Home’s Homelessness Prevention program remain stably housed.
people across dozens of countries reached by Mercy Corps’ COVID-19 Resilience Fund.
security threats blocked by the networks Cisco Crisis Response supported in FY20.
Maen Mahfoud is the CEO and founder of Replate, a tech nonprofit with a mission to reduce food waste and food insecurity through its food recovery system. See how Cisco supports Replate to help those experiencing food insecurity.
“We chose to pursue a multi-pronged approach to our response, leveraging our core competencies - our people, products, expertise and financial resources - to respond to the refugee crisis.”Erin Connor, Senior Manager, Cisco Crisis Response
In collaboration with our partners, we use technology to transform lives.
Cisco is putting people, technology, and resources to work in service of an inclusive future where technology gives everyone the tools to thrive. Visit our Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Hub.