Recovery is the rebuilding of the nation

After every major incident, thousands of people in the recovery (trades) communities rally together in the respective devastated areas, to build and restore infrastructure, clear debris and essential services to limit the potential loss of life and disruptions to livelihoods.

The First Responder Community fundraising efforts also aim to provide, replace and maintain essential recovery machinery and items such as tractors, removal trucks, temporary shelters, mobile food vans, chainsaws, generators, pumps etc.

The acquisition of this vital equipment can be used time and time again in various areas whilst in distress and when not in use for recovery the equipment will be available for communities to prepare for future events such as building levies, fire trails, storm-water channels, shelters and any necessary Civil Defence related works that can be achieved by community minded people.

Corporations - how to get involved

Any corporation, their staff and customers who have an objective to play a meaningful role in the safety and defence of their communities and country can participate in the following ways:

Join with the First Responder Community (FRC) in sponsoring a project (see Sponsorships)
Donate any emergency appliance, equipment item or to any FRC project (see Corporate Donations)
Become a significant Partner in FRC Projects, Events, and Facilities (see Corporate Partnerships)
Become an FRC Corporate Member

Any individual or philanthropist who has an objective to play a meaningful role in the safety and defence of their community and country can participate in the following ways:

Join with the First Responder Community (FRC) in sponsoring a project (see Sponsorships)
Donate any emergency appliance, equipment item or to any FRC project (see Individual Donations)
Become a Fundraiser in FRC Projects, Events, and Facilities (see Volunteer Project Managers and Fundraisers)
Become an FRC Individual Member