Best Practices: Responding to Artist's Disaster

WHY?

Be prepared to be of greatest use to any disaster affected person, and know what might be especially helpful to an artist. Whether you are helping out for an afternoon or in it for the long haul, the Studio Protector can be your resource for making a big difference for someone in need.

  • DID YOU KNOW?
    How to Be a Helpful Volunteer in Disaster Recovery
    Review this checklist, and Studio Protector's salvage and clean up resources, before heading out to ...
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  • Recovery
    DID YOU KNOW?
    Help Someone Organize Their Recovery
    There are many ways to help an artist get organized after an emergency, whether it be related to cle...
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  • Bridge City, TX, September 18, 2008 - Volunteers from the faith based agency ACTS prepare and distribute food to residents affected by Hurricane Ike. The Federal Emergency Managment Agency (FEMA) works with volunteer organizations to provide immediate aid to victims of major disasters. Leif Skoogfors/FEMAThe Federal Emergency Managment Agency (FEMA) works closely with volunteer agencies to provide much needed help in the immediate aftermath of a disaster. Leif Skoogfors/FEMA
    DID YOU KNOW?
    The Bigger Picture as a Disaster Volunteer
    There are ways to get involved with disaster recovery that go beyond pitching in when someone close ...
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