40% of small businesses close after a major disaster. 25% never reopen. Here's a workshop to make sure yours isn't one of them.Read More
Ultimately, the key to effective disaster preparedness is to make it a communal effort. If predictions of weeks-long waits for local and federal government assistance following a major emergency are accurate, then households are going to need to work cooperatively with neighbors to survive. This blog is a tool to begin to bring us together sooner, rather than later.
"PREPARED, NOT SCARED" is the 2019 theme for National Preparedness Month. FEMA provides great resources BEFORE disaster happens, to help you prepare.Read More
In cases of true disaster, when you are without power or help for many days, it's important to have the right food on hand. We have some suggestions for you!Read More
What is a "Go" kit, what supplies should you include, and why do you need one? Learn the basics you need to know to be prepared for a natural disaster in your neighborhood.Read More
Experts in emergency management tell us that a major earthquake in the Pacific Northwest is a matter of when, not if.Read More
Alice Kuder, founder of Just In Case, shares her story of how, when, and why she felt it was important to help Seattle-area residents prepare for natural disasters.Read More