Thrive 4th Annual Disaster Resilient Forum Strengthening Our Communities
Thursday, May 13, 2010 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (PDT)
Redwood City, CA
Disaster Resilient Forum
Strengthening Our Communities
May 13, 2010
Oracle Corporation, Redwood City
Director of Operations, CalEMA
Don Horsley, President Board of Directors, Sequoia Healthcare District, former Sheriff San Mateo County
Marsha Hovey, President, CESA California Emergency Services Association
Focusing on Strengthening Relationships and Building Partnerships to better address our own community needs before, during and after a disaster *Breakout session topics will include:
AB903 Reimbursement Funding
Continuity of Collaborative Planning - Volunteer Managenment How we make it work
Enhanced Understanding of Disaster Planning Program Sustainability Needs
Raised Awareness of Community and Government capabilities and Programs
On-site Technical Assistance - Focusing on Preparedness Tools
*Suggested Donation of $15, Thank you for your support*
Who should Attend?
Community Based Organizations, Faith Based Organizations, Foundations, Emergency Managers, CERT teams, Schools, Government Partners and Stakeholders.
Please join us for a vitally informative day and get connected!
"Those we serve receive the benefits of our achievements.”
Dena Gunning, Thrive Emergency Services Manager
Thanks to our funders and sponsors for supporting the Thrive Emergency Task Force Preparedness Initiative: The San Francisco Foundation, United Way of the Bay Area and The San Mateo County Public Health Department, San Mateo County Office of emergency Services, CESA California Emergency Services Association.