Ways to Give

Donate

Our community has faced several crises this year, from wildfires to COVID-19. While we are actively preparing families and businesses to persevere in the face of disaster, we need your help to make our efforts go even further!

You can help us provide communities with personal protection equipment, training, and disaster preparedness resources. Your support is crucial to our efforts to create a resilient, self-sufficient community.

If you’re able, we’d love it if you could donate to help us achieve our mission.

Donate

Amazon Smile

Shopping on Amazon? Experience feel-good shopping and support BRC by using Amazon Smile! When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you will find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as Amazon.com with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to BRC. Get shopping and make a difference today!

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Volunteer

Our work is possible because of people like you! BRC is staffed by a small group of dedicated people who have donated their time.

With the outbreak of COVID-19 and several natural disasters, 2020 has reaffirmed the importance of disaster preparedness. You can help us prepare our community as we navigate this health crisis and any that should arise in the future. We even have a wide variety of remote (work-from-home) opportunities available. Join us today!

Volunteer

Partners

Building strong, resilient communities takes robust collaborations and financial support. Our generous grantors are a testament to BRC as an essential resource and critical partner in times of crisis to our communities.

We rely on alliances with and sponsorships from generous organizations and individuals to provide a whole community approach to helping communities be resilient.

BRC is grateful to for your investment in our mission and to the health, safety, and well-being of our community. Without these relationships, we would not be effective. Please consider getting involved!

Partner
Through engaging the “Whole Community,” we maximize our limited funding and leverage the capabilities of our partners, who play a critical role in the process. A “Whole Community” approach is a valuable efficiency and cost-saving tool; yet more importantly, it is critical to our collective effectiveness to succeed in preparing for, protecting against, responding to, recovering from, and mitigating all hazards.”
William Craig Fugate, Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2011
 

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