Tuesday, August 12, 2014

NASEDoVoC Chairman Dante Gliniecki Visits Aidmatrix to Plan Next Generation of NDMN

Dante Gliniecki, Statewide Volunteer Coordinator at Missouri State Emergency Management Agency and Chairman of NASEDoVoC (National Association of State Emergency Donations & Volunteer Coordinators) recently visited the Aidmatrix office. Aidmatrix is currently collaborating with NASEDoVoC on the current disaster relief plans for 2014 and on the exciting future of the National Donations Management Network (NDMN). His visit was scheduled to discuss and plan the next generation of the NDMN and Aidmatrix's SCM4Giving.

Dante spoke with the entire Aidmatrix staff during the morning of his visit. He shared with us many great thoughts and perspectives on how Aidmatrix has been an integral partner to himself and the VOAD community in disaster relief in the United States, and how NASEDoVoC and Aidmatrix are working towards an exciting future.

The NDMN has been effectively used for relief efforts in more than 70 disasters in past 7 years. NASEDoVoC’s mission is to coordinate with partner organizations, and promote greater understanding, expertise, mutual support and information sharing within the ranks of volunteer and donations coordinators.

"That's why I'm here. To look for ways that we can work together to keep the system strong. To support the [Aidmatrix] Foundation and keep the system working in the future." - Dante Gliniecki

The NDMN connects more than 49 U.S. States and 3 US territories & city governments with 3,000+ Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD) members to create a network for immediate response in the event of a disaster. These parties are able to share information and donations online in real-time, using supply chain management, volunteer management and fundraising technologies.

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