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UPCOMING PROJECTS.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Be Ready Alliance Coordinating for Emergencies (BRACE). Your involvement helps us get closer on becoming the most disaster-resilient in United States.​

Community

Emergency

Response

Team (CERT)

Educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, and disaster medical operations.

 

Want to learn more about CERT? Are you a subject matter expert in one or more of the listed modules above?

To support places of worship as they lead disaster relief efforts within their faith communities.

Mapping Your Neighborhood

A 90-minute course designed to teach neighbors essential information about their neighborhood and what to do immediately after a disaster

 

  •  Learn the skills that each of your neighbors have such as first aid , child or elder care, etc.

  •  Learn about useful equipment your neighbors might have, such as; chain saws and generator.

  •  Learn about the residents of each home and their specific special needs

  •  Create a neighborhood map showing the location of each home and any features that might need attention after a disaster. 

Operation Appreciation

Encourages the community to join us to say "thank you" by sending letters, notes, or drawings of appreciation to troops and everyday essential workers for their service to our community and country during covid-19 pandemic.

 

These letters of appreciation will be distributed locally in Escambia County to our military bases,

first responders, healthcare professionals, nursing homes, grocery stores, schools, restaurants and home improvement stores. 

Stars Of Hope

BRACE volunteers will collaborate with Stars of Hope organization to create stars of hope to uplift and encourage individuals that are going through trauma and disasters

Veteran

Roundtable

Encourages veterans to express themselves, discuss concerns, opportunities, and events. It will also encompass speakers and

online trainings. The Veteran Roundtable will be accessible through Zoom.

UPCOMING PROJECTS.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Be Ready Alliance Coordinating for Emergencies (BRACE). Your involvement helps us get closer on becoming the most disaster-resilient in United States.​

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Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, and disaster medical operations.

People In Church

Faith-Based Community Outreach Coalition

Supports places of worship as they lead disaster relief efforts within their faith communities.

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Stars of Hope

BRACE volunteers will collaborate with Stars of Hope organization to create stars of hope to uplift and encourage individuals that are going through trauma and disasters.

Supports places of worship as they lead disaster relief efforts within their faith communities.

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Community Volunteer

Prepares to support community partners who are assisting in future needs, projects, and disasters with volunteers.

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Escambia County Long Term Recovery Group

Coordinates with governmental, private, and public organizations to effectively utilize resources for recovery efforts to serve our impacted community from Hurricane Sally.

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Mapping Your Neighborhood

A 90-minute course designed to teach neighbors essential information about their neighborhood and what to do immediately after a disaster.

Mapping Your Neighborhood" is a 90-minute course designed to teach neighbors essential information about their neighborhood and what to do immediately after a disaster

 

  •  Learn the skills that each of your neighbors have such as first aid , child or elder care, etc.

  •  Learn about useful equipment your neighbors might have, such as; chain saws and generator.

  •  Learn about the residents of each home and their specific special needs

  •  Create a neighborhood map showing the location of each home and any features that might need attention after a disaster. 

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Operation Appreciation

Encourages the community to join us to say "thank you" by sending letters, notes, or drawings of appreciation to troops and everyday essential workers for their service to our community and country during covid-19 pandemic.

Supports places of worship as they lead disaster relief efforts within their faith communities.

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Veteran Roundtable

Encourages veterans to express themselves, discuss concerns, opportunities, and events. It will also encompass speakers and

online trainings. The Veteran Roundtable will be accessible through Zoom.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE.

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