The past year has seen the growth of an ad hoc movement of CrisisCamps: grassroots gatherings of volunteer technologists who assemble to help people and communities in times and places of crisis. This grant to the Wilson Center provides two years of support to enable CrisisCommons to support the CrisisCamp community and to advance innovation for crisis management using social media and new technologies. The CrisisCommons project has three overarching objectives: (1) provide community and technology support to the CrisisCamp communities during and after disasters; (2) facilitate a shared approach to research and innovation; and (3) establish trust and formalize relationships in the crisis response and volunteer technology communities. Beyond working directly with CrisisCamps themselves, Crisis Commons proposes to broker knowledge-sharing between volunteer technology communities and the crisis response organizations that deliver direct aid in crisis areas. Other grant funds will support the development of a Technology Roadmap that will include requirements for a volunteer collaboration platform, code management, and intellectual property licensing, and a Volunteer Technology Community Leadership Summit to bring together approximately 40 leaders from distributed, largely open source technology communities. Also provides are funds for the 2nd and 3rd annual International CrisisCongress.