BENEFITING: NATIONAL DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS COALITION INC
EVENT DATE: Oct 13, 2014
Donate funds to provide School Based Security Training to Teachers, School Administrators and First Responders throughout the Texas Panhandle. Help ensure that our children have a safe and secure environment for learning.
The National Domestic Preparedness Coalition, a 501 c (3) Non-Profit, Charitable Organization, is raising funds to provide the "School Based Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment Course" (SBTRVA) for school districts and emergency responders in the Texas Panhandle.
The course will be held at the Region 16 Education Service Center, in Amarillo on October 13, 14, & 15. The coalition has raised $5,000 toward the training and needs to raise an additional $22,000 to provide the training for 100 individuals representing area schools and response organizations.
SECURE SCHOOL PROJECT
The shootings at Columbine High School, Red Lake High School, Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT have strengthened the resolve of communities across the country to complete assessments of schools, colleges and universities, and develop plans to stop attacks against our children in their schools.
The Secure School Project’s mission is to provide school administrators, faculty, staff and associates, along with emergency responders from all disciplines with state of the art training and tools that will help them prevent, prepare for, protect from, respond to, and recover from any hazard, that can threaten our children in their schools.
Please help us provide this crucial training to the Texas Panhandle area schools, to help ensure our children have a safe and secure place to learn.