Friday, September 25, 2009

Disaster Readiness Summit 2009

Consider strengthening your disaster preparedness knowledge by attending the Bay Area Chapter of the American Red Cross’s Disaster Readiness Summit- October 13, 2009 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco.  Disaster preparedness is an excellent community need to connect with service-learning projects. 


Highlights include:
• Choose From Five Custom Tracks
• Dedicated Track on Pandemic Flu Planning and Communications
• Hands-on, Interactive Activities
• Practical Toolkits, Templates and Action Steps
• Face-to-Face Networking Reception


Registration: $125 for schools and non-profit organizations. Click here to register:


For more information contact:


Tryphena Mlay | DSHR & Training Coordinator

American Red Cross


San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

85 Second Street 8th Floor San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 427-8071 (p) | (510) 289-3440 (c)

(415) 427-8022 (f) |



1 comment:

  1. An important factor in preparedness is to be informed:

    Laissez-faire Not Fair
    When the dust settles, who will carry the mantle for disaster survivors?
    This should help understanding:
    What do you expect in case of an insured loss? Are You Disaster Ready? (hurricane, tornado, earthquake, flood, fire, etc.). President Obama affirms government's laissez-faire policy with his telling response:


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