This qualitative study explores the impact of natural disasters on nonprofits and the organizational abilities and capacities that contribute to nonprofit resilience. Hurricane Florence was used as a case study, and data were collected through ten phone interviews. This study revealed three types of disaster impacts – property, staff, and service needs – and their corresponding post-disaster recovery paths. These paths include utilizing slack financial resources and insurance, preparing a detailed recovery plan before the disaster, maintaining a high reputation among the community, and close relationships with the local government. Organizational learning was also found to play a significant role in helping nonprofits recover from multiple types of impacts. This exploratory study contributes to the nonprofit literature by identifying several future research directions for nonprofit resilience.