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The 2020 Ready Responders Boots on the Ground X

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Real Life Disaster Simulation

On April 30th, 2022, we will be holding our 5th Annual “Ready Responders Boots On the Ground Exercise (BOG-X). This event is designed to bring together Ready Responders to practice a Whole of Community (FEMA) approach to disaster response in a safe but physically challenging environment. This method enables everyday citizens a critical foundation to emerge together in a safe and coordinated way when a crisis happens.

The RRN BOG integrates World Cares Center’s core programs that close the gaps between training, communication, and execution, and provides an opportunity for EVERYONE to use their unique skill set in a community-based initiative.

If you are interested in participating, volunteering, or sponsoring, please contact Steven at implementation@worldcares.org

Check back for the 2022 Registration link.

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Who Is Involved

 

Borough of Manhattan Community College, Brooklyn Brewery, Con Edison, Community Board 8, Contingency Planning Exchange, CUNY, CUNY Service Corps, FDNY, FEMA Region II, Hunter College, Jersey City CERT/OEM, John Jay College of Criminal Justice – Department of Fire, Security and Emergency Management, Latin African American Chaplain Association, NYC Service, the Mayors Office of Recovery & Resiliency, NYPD’s Strategic Response Group, NYPD’s Cadet Corps, Ready Rockaway, St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Team Rubicon, The Metro New York Community Veteran’s Engagement Board, The Good Dog Foundation, Touro College, US Coast Guard, the Mission Continues, NYC Department of Veterans’ Services, Upper West Side CERT.

Commander: $50,000

  • The sponsor’s name is listed as a Commander level supporter on all branding including the website, banner, training materials, program flyers, and in the event vests/tee shirts worn by all participants.
  • Inclusion as a Commander level sponsor in all marketing campaigns including print and social media
  • A customized corporate team experience for 25 Corporate Volunteers including pre-event training and post-event appreciation
  • Customized disaster response is written into one of the exercise scenario sequences
  • Inclusion of VIP observers
  • Invitation for 25 participants to the Thank You event

Leader: $10,000

  • The sponsor’s name is listed as a Leader level supporter on the website, banner, program flyers, and in the event vests worn by all participants.
  • Inclusion as a Leader level sponsor in all marketing campaigns including print and social media
  • Inclusion of 10 Corporate Volunteers into the BOG exercise including pre-event training and post-event appreciation
  • Customized disaster response is written into one of the exercise scenario sequences
  • Inclusion of VIP observers
  • Invitation for 10 corporate participants to the Thank You event

Chief: $25,000

  • The sponsor’s name is listed as a Section Chief level supporter on the website, banner, program flyers, and in the event, vests worn by all participants.
  • Inclusion as a Section Chief level sponsor in all marketing campaigns including print and social media
  • A customized corporate team experience for 15 Corporate Volunteers including pre-event training and post-event appreciation
  • Customized disaster response is written into one of the exercise scenario sequences
  • Inclusion of 2 VIP observers
  • Invitation for 15 participants to the Thank You event

Responder: $5,000

  • The sponsor’s name is listed as a Responder level supporter on the website, banner, program flyers, and in the event vests worn by all participants.
  • Inclusion of 5 employees into the BOG exercise including pre-event online training and post-event appreciation
  • Inclusion as a Responder level sponsor in all marketing campaigns including print and social media
  • Inclusion of 1 VIP observer
  • Invitation for 5 Corporate Volunteers to the Thank You event