the "Sound Response Project"
“We can reach those in most need, people who have lost everything in the recent extreme fires in Northern and Southern California.”
— The Flight Tower Team
PROJECT “SOUND RESPONSE" Help us make some noise and a difference.
Help Us Up-Grade and Equip our Civilian Emergency Response Unit to help those who need it most.
We are seeking Sponsors and Donors to help upgrade and convert our California Civilian Emergency Response Unit for dual purpose use - to supply on-site emergency power, water and communications to victims of a disaster and to up-grade for use as a mobile production unit to promote emergency preparedness by hosting and participating in community events.
The basic idea is to help your CERT (community emergency response teams) mostly local volunteers, who perform the large number of tasks needed in emergencies to be able to supply on-site emergency power, water and communications to victims of a disaster. This frees highly trained professional responders for more technical tasks.
Civilian Emergency Response Unit -
On-Site Electric Power - Water Purification - Communications.
A team may self-activate (self-deploy) when their own neighborhood is affected by disaster. An effort is made to report their response status to the sponsoring agency. A self-activated team will size-up the loss in their neighborhood and begin performing the skills they have learned to minimize further loss of life, property, and environment. They will continue to respond safely until redirected or relieved by the sponsoring agency or professional responders on-scene.
This unit is to be deployed in the aftermath of any type of disaster requiring emergency power, water and to help affected individuals to communicate with the outside world. Able to reach those in most need as we have seen people who have lost everything in the recent extreme fires in Northern and Southern California.
Most CERTs (community emergency response teams) acquire their own supplies, tools, and equipment. As community members, CERTs are aware of the specific needs of their community and equip the teams accordingly.
Remember, your local Emergency Response Teams need your support!
Your local civilian emergency response teams are volunteers. They are responsible to provide and raise funds for emergency response equipment in their community; In addition to showing up when you need them the most your local CERT Volunteers also:
- hold planning, training, or recruitment meetings; and
- conduct or participate in disaster response exercises at your location
- Assist in crowd control
We also provide these services at community events
- Provide electrical power
- internet and satellite connectivity
- Phone recharging stations
- provide first-aid
- On-site water purification
- Sound reinforcement
Sponsor your own event
7 benefits of sponsoring an event
- Deliver a great message an make a difference in your community.
- Put your business front and center. Create a buzz at your location
- Increase your reach and exposure to new clients, customers and businesses.
- Be remembered as someone who is trusted.
- Brand awareness and media exposure.
- Reconnect with customers and meaningfully engage new ones.
- Generate good will and repeat customers.