Older+Adult+Emergency+Checklist+ Above you will find a great checklist for aging adults. Being prepared is a great way to become more resilient when a disaster strikes. You should not wait until the last minute to get
Become a Do1Thing Preparedness Ambassador Did you know that Do1Thing has an Ambassador program? Do1Thing is staffed by one person, our executive director and governed by a board of directors and a host of volunteers.
Community Preparedness Event Join us for a FREE community emergency preparedness event to help our communities become more disaster resilient. Thank you to our sponsors for helping us put on this event!
Read as Justin Kenton, MSU Grad with Do1Thing Talks About Preparedness The United States has seen its share of disasters in recent years. Hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and domestic terror acts have made their scars and
Do1Thing was featured in the local news this month as many people are finding ways to prepare for disasters and emergencies this winter. Do1Thing executive director had a chance to bring in WLNS to the
Welcome to our new Executive Director Raynika J. Battle! Goodbye to Erika Mahoney on her last day as the Do1Thing Executive Director. Back in 2009 when I started as an AmeriCorps VISTA working on Do1Thing
If I could say just three words to prepare someone for disaster it would be these: Disasters change things. All of the reasons for not being prepared, and for not following emergency instructions in a disaster
Risk Must Be Personalized Risk communication must be understood and believed and it has to be confirmed Emergency preparedness isn’t about three days of water or extra batteries for your flashlight. If it were, we