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Disaster Resources for Community-Based Organizations
Agency Emergency Plan - A Simplified Version for Community-Based Organizations - A brief planning guide to walk you through what your agency needs to have in place to prepare for a disaster. - Bay Area Emergency Preparedness Coalition for Seniors and People with Disabilities
Disaster Planning for Nonprofits Guide: Resources, discussions prompts, checklists and tips for you and your team to generate a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP). - Nonprofit Association of Oregon and Safe & Ready Nonprofits
Partnering for Strength: MOUs, Getting Your Relationships in Print: Learn how to prepare an MOU to formalize and institutionalize relationships so that they will withstand the loss of key personnel or other disruptive effects of a disaster. - Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disaster (CARD)
Crisis Communication Plan Toolkit: Template for nonprofits to adapt. - Colorado Nonprofit Association
Community-Based Organization Disaster Response Preparedness Toolkit: Things to consider when creating a business plan, pivoting programs, and leading an organization during a disaster response. - Mercy Corps Northwest