The first P!N Dreamkeepers scholarships will be awarded to students at Miami Dade Community College (MDCC), one of the nation’s largest and most diverse community colleges. MDCC lies in the heart of a major storm zone, and is marked by a strong commitment to the local community through its service learning program. Community colleges are gateways for our country to grow stronger in these times, and in times of recovery after storm devastation. An educated population is a self-sufficient population.
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Morgan Freeman & Friends
“Caribbean Cooking For A Cause”
This cookbook brings together a stellar array of celebrity stories along with coveted recipes from renowned chefs and top-rated resorts to benefit an island in need. More Details
PLANIT NOW asks for your support, to provide relief to those already in need, and to expand our message that preparedness is key.
JOIN THE PREPAREDNESS MOVEMENT
Thank you for joining us to minimize the devastation caused by hurricanes and tropical storms. Your donation supports college students severely impacted by hurricanes, researchers finding ways to protect vulnerable coastal regions; microloans to Haiti, and other worthy projects. P!N activities include:
Public education campaigns in storm-zones throughout the United States and Caribbean
Rebuilding projects in storm-struck areas, like the IT lab in River Salle, Grenada
Scholarships to individuals impacted by severe storms
Research grants to scientists creating technology to protect storm-zones or minimize devastation once a storm has hit
WORKING TOGETHER TO PREPARE FOR WEATHER
By Lolly Greenwood & Christian Garcia
In January 2009, a major ice storm hit the Northwest Arkansas area causing over 100,000 people to be without power, some for up to two weeks before being restored. The storm drowned over 3,000 trees in the city of Fayetteville, AR alone and resulted in more than $80 million dollars in damage across the region. Read More...
NOAA's National Weather Service
We invite you to surf around the new-look Weather-Ready Nation homepage...
The website refresh really has our WRN Ambassadors in mind--better content relevant to your needs, easier navigation, and more hazard preparedness sites. Read More...