Get Involved

Communities who have people involved are more resilient and able to respond to and withstand a disaster much better than an uninvolved community. Be prepared at home, promote emergency preparedness in your community, or join a volunteer organization in your community. Some example of volunteer agencies are the Red Cross, the Neighborhood Watch, and the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). It is important to connect with any isolated and elderly individuals in your neighborhood since they are more vulnerable during a disaster than most other people.

To learn more about becoming involved in your community visit do1thing.com or redcross.org.

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