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March is Red Cross Month

MARCH 17, 2016

March is Red Cross Month

Red Cross Month provides an opportunity to honor and celebrate the everyday heroes who help the organization fulfill its mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. 

Opportunities to be a hero include volunteering for a worthy cause, making a donation to a charity, donating blood, or taking a safety class.  

The American Red Cross offers safety training for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), first aid, and even how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). Courses are available across the nation. Find a Red Cross safety course closest to you.

You can also volunteer for your local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). Volunteers assist others in their community following a disaster when professional responders are not immediately available to help. Find a local CERT near you.

Learn more about Red Cross Month and how you can help support your community. 

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Approaching: Youth Preparedness Council Application Deadline

The final deadline to submit an application for the Youth Preparedness Council is fast approaching. Applications are due on Sunday, March 20, 11:59 p.m. PDT.

FEMA is accepting applications for students currently in 8th, 9th, and 10th grade who are engaged in individual and community preparedness, or have experienced a disaster that motivated them to make a positive difference in their community.

Youth interested in applying to the Council must submit a completed application form, two letters of recommendation, and academic records. The application instructions contain specific information about completing and submitting the application and attachments. The final deadline for all applications and supporting materials is March 20, 2016, 11:59 p.m. PDT. FEMA will announce new Youth Preparedness Council members in May 2016.

Hurry! You only have three days to submit your application. For more information about the Youth Preparedness Council and to access the application materials, please visit

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Preparing Your Car for an Emergency When Traveling Long Distances

Are you prepared for a sudden emergency when traveling? Is your car fit for long trips no matter the natural disaster?

You can avoid many dangerous weather problems by planning ahead. Plan long trips carefully, listening to the radio or television for the latest weather forecasts and road conditions. You can also download the FEMA mobile application to receive severe weather alerts for up to five locations across the U.S.  

If bad weather is forecasted, drive only if necessary. Additionally, have a mechanic check the following items on your car:

  • Antifreeze levels to ensure they are sufficient enough to avoid freezing;
  • The wear on your vehicles brakes and the brake fluid level; and
  • Adequate tire tread.

Plus, keep a kit of emergency supplies in your car in case of an emergency. 

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Twitter Chat: Debunking Preparedness Myths

Question: What do these three statements have in common?

Its best to stand in the doorway of a building to protect myself during an earthquake. My homeowners insurance will pay for all damage to my home caused by a storm. I dont live near a body of water, so I dont have to worry about flooding. 

Answer: They are all preparedness myths

Americas PrepareAthon! (@PrepareAthon) will host a Twitter chat on Wednesday, March 30 at 2:00 p.m. EDT to discuss common preparedness myths and how the public can prepare for disasters.

Follow the Twitter chat, using #SafetyFacts. 

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Previous Winners: FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Awards

FEMA is accepting applications for the 2016 FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Awards. The awards highlight innovative local practices and achievements by individuals and organizations that made outstanding contributions toward building safer, better prepared, and more resilient communities. The deadline to submit an application is Monday, March 28 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

If youre submitting an application for an award, consider reviewing the profiles of previous winners to learn more about their award-winning efforts. You can also visit the Awards homepage to read their full profiles.

2015 Winner of Community Preparedness Heroes

Craig Wolfe is a volunteer emergency preparedness coordinator in Hull, MA. He worked to ensure Hull residents are more self-sufficient during an emergency. Craig created a master book of all local, state and federal agency phone numbers that could be needed during a disaster. He also upgraded the citys emergency operations center systems and established a community warming shelter.

2014 Winner of Outstanding Achievement in Youth Preparedness

The Mississippi State University Extension Service created MyPI, a grassroots initiative that provides innovative preparedness training and education to more than 3,500 teens per year.  MyPI is a 10-week program where participants meet at least once a week to complete the Teen Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training.

2013 Winner of Outstanding Community Emergency Response Team Initiatives

In 2012, the City of Austin Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management conducted a community-wide survey to measure how well the city is prepared for major disasters and emergencies.  The overall survey findings indicated that Austin residents were not well prepared for natural or man-made disasters. Based upon the results, the City of Austin CERT greatly enhanced its program by developing six new partnerships to help Austin residents prepare for and respond to local incidents.

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