PR counselor Blair FitzGibbon is handling Good360, the nonprofit that today called on the business community to donate medical/cleaning supplies and comfort kits to Ebola victims in western Africa.

Established in 1983, the Arlington, Va.-based group is helping aid workers in Liberia and neighboring countries cope with the disaster.

Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, chairs the organization. "Now is the time for business leaders everywhere to take a stand and make a decision to help stem the tide of this massive outbreak before it spreads around the world," she said.

Good360 has posted at http://blog.good360.org/ebola a list of the needed supplies.

The group has evolved from urging the private sector to contribute obsolete or seasonal items to charities to an organization that promotes a "Circle of Good" to encourage companies, nonprofits and individuals to work together to promote social good.