Our goal is to promote disaster risk reduction, build resilient communities, homes, and businesses. iDARE is committed to continue its grassroots efforts to raise awareness, educate the public to be more prepared through safety and disaster preparedness planning. Prepare, Survive, Recover quick! Peace of Mind should never be compromised.
Tsunami Preparedness is March 27 – 31, 2017 in California. Many Californians enjoy the beautiful coastline, whether we live, work, or even on a vacation. There are few things we need to realize in regards to emergency and disaster preparedness. Did you know that tsunamis can happen any time of year? According to the National […]
Spring Forward this year is on Sunday, March 12 at 2:00am. This is also a perfect time to check on your emergency items around your house. Smoke alarms check all batteries review all emergency supplies Daylight Savings is the perfect time to review, update your Emergency & Disaster Supplies. Review expiration dates on all your […]
What is World Book Day? World Book Day or World Book and Copyright Day (also known as International Day of the Book or World Book Days) is a yearly event on April 23rd, organized by the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) , to promote reading, publishing, and copyright.* In UK, the World Book […]
In our continued mission to mobilize resources to be more prepared and sustainable in our community, iDARE is pleased to kick off a new campaign with our community partner: When a disaster strikes, we are committed to sustainability and helping families, individuals in communities in need. We are raising money to assemble emergency kits to […]
Flood threat and mudslides facing Southern California with snow expected 6,000ft, and 3-5′ rain in most areas while some places could see 6′ rain strong winds with gusty 50mph Heavy rain with potential flash flooding across much of southwest California today through Saturday morning. Please take extra time for safety. Avoid travel if not necessary. […]
Source: The Weather Channel Very wet period ahead of us for California as multiple storms roll ashore beginning tomorrow, Friday through the weekend. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect Friday morning through Saturday morning for Santa Clarita Valley. Strong winds are expected to hit between 50 to 80 mph during the storm. READ MORE
Source: LA Times The water level of Lake Oroville is dropping at a rate of roughly 3 to 4 inches per hour, according to officials. According to a spokesman for the Department of Water Resources, water is pouring down the facility’s damaged main spillway at a rate of about 100,000 cubic feet per second. As of today, […]
Please join us for us on the week of March 7 – 11 at Westfield Valencia, CA for more Community Outreach Disaster Preparedness awareness in #Earthquake #Flood #Tsunami VOLUNTEERS register here Teens are welcome. Must be accompanied by a guardian / adult.
Our goal is to educate and promote disaster risk reduction, build resilient communities, homes, and businesses. REGISTER HERE March 24 at Barnes & Noble in Valencia (6pm-8pm) Kids are welcome! Must accompanied by a guardian / adult How “Prepared” Are You? Are you ready to Survive and Recover Quick when a disaster strikes? PIECE OF […]