The Community Foundation’s Board of Directors created the Community Response, Resiliency, and Preparedness Fund to create a more prepared and resilient community before disaster strikes. The goal of the Fund is to support disaster preparedness projects that make concrete steps to mitigate disaster hazards, such as fire-safe building and landscaping; projects that encourage communities to improve resiliency, i.e. emotionally, physically, and socially; and service continuity projects which support community centers, senior centers, health centers, and family resource centers with a priority for evacuation centers, or those who provide a critical gap in the local safety net services.
Funding priorities include but are not limited to:
Estimated Total Program Funding: