disaster response Meetup Groups

loading data...
Groups 11 Members 1,046 Interested 195 Cities 11 Countries 4

Largest Meetup Groups

  • Put this list on your website
1
Private

This group is aimed at individuals that have interest in gaining knowledge, acquiring new skills and networking with like-minded individuals that are preppers and survivalists. It is completely non-profit, free and open to anyone. For anyone wonderin

629
Preppers
2

What is crisismapping? Crisismappers are online teams of people who gather and provide data online to people responding to and people caught up in disasters. Crisismapping has been around for a while, but for most people it started with the 2010 ea

150
Mappers
3

The Hurst Amateur Radio Club started as the Citizen Communications Club in 1966 with a focus on CB Radio. Since then, amateur radio has replaced CB radio, but the focus is still the same - communications and community service. The objectives of the c

103
Hams
4

This group is for anyone who works in the Emergency Management field that is interested in networking and attending events where we explore new ideas, bring in speakers, or discuss any topic that members want to address. It is meant to be an informat

64
Emergency Managers
5

ICT4E is a collaborative learning platform linking NGOs to the growing networked age of humanitarian assistance. Composed of LinkedIn Discussions, Causal Meet-ups and Presentations, the group is a fun, open space that brings together a cross-section

32
Tech. Innovators
6

This is a group for anyone interested in or working in the field of disaster preparedness and response. The best response to a disaster is often rendered when preparedness precedes it and the affected community exhibits great collaborative effort. Th

28
Members
7

Current and potential participants of the DeakinConnect MOOC - Humanitarian Responses to 21st Century Disasters www.deakinconnect.com a meet up to discuss current humanitarian issues and meet fellow participants and experts.

14
Humanitarians
8

Why: To support Survivors and emergency responders of Major Disasters. Who: Unique and innovative minds that are ready to be called upon when a major disaster strikes. How: 1) By providing a platform for members to collaborate and develop innovative

9
People who love helping people
9

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization

9
Emergency Response Volunteers
10
Private

The Salem-Area Preparedness Group (SAPG) is intentionally seeking to bring together seriously committed and like-minded persons already acquiring the items (i.e., knowledge, training, resources, and the like) necessary to survive a catastrophic event

6
SAPG Preppers

Newest Meetup Groups

  • Put this list on your website
February 19, 2015

This is a group for anyone interested in or working in the field of disaster preparedness and response. The best response to a disaster is often rendered when preparedness precedes it and the affected community exhibits great collaborative effort. Th

28
Members
October 13, 2014

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization­

9
Emergency Response Volunteers
July 8, 2014

This is an experimental group for all people in Northern Indiana or Southern Michigan. I am challenging people to start a movement in their neighborhoods. The movement revolves around DEC centers. The purpose of DEC centers will be to enable communit

3
Mountain Movers
June 25, 2014
Private

The Salem-Area Preparedness Group (SAPG) is intentionally seeking to bring together seriously committed and like-minded persons already acquiring the items (i.e., knowledge, training, resources, and the like) necessary to survive a catastrophic event

6
SAPG Preppers
April 18, 2014

Why: To support Survivors and emergency responders of Major Disasters. Who: Unique and innovative minds that are ready to be called upon when a major disaster strikes. How: 1) By providing a platform for members to collaborate and develop innovative­

9
People who love helping people
August 26, 2013

Current and potential participants of the DeakinConnect MOOC - Humanitarian Responses to 21st Century Disasters www.deakinconnect.com a meet up to discuss current humanitarian issues and meet fellow participants and experts.

14
Humanitarians
June 1, 2013

This group is for anyone who works in the Emergency Management field that is interested in networking and attending events where we explore new ideas, bring in speakers, or discuss any topic that members want to address. It is meant to be an informat

64
Emergency Managers
April 11, 2013

The Hurst Amateur Radio Club started as the Citizen Communications Club in 1966 with a focus on CB Radio. Since then, amateur radio has replaced CB radio, but the focus is still the same - communications and community service. The objectives of the c

103
Hams
April 10, 2013

ICT4E is a collaborative learning platform linking NGOs to the growing networked age of humanitarian assistance. Composed of LinkedIn Discussions, Causal Meet-ups and Presentations, the group is a fun, open space that brings together a cross-section­

32
Tech. Innovators
October 27, 2012
Private

This group is aimed at individuals that have interest in gaining knowledge, acquiring new skills and networking with like-minded individuals that are preppers and survivalists. It is completely non-profit, free and open to anyone. For anyone wonderin

629
Preppers
  • Subscribe to a feed of disaster response Meetup Groups:

Find a disaster response Meetup Group near you