On-going need for volunteers
Oklahoma County REACT
It is too late to join when the disaster has occurred. You must be trained and knowledgeable before it happens.We have an on-going need for volunteers. If you are interested in helping the community; we need you. Join now to receive training that will help before, during, and after disasters. Early membership gives the Board of Directors time to evaluate your performance. It also gives you time to learn the skills necessary for use in disasters. We are part of the Moore Emergency Management Team. In order to maintain that, you will be expected to learn NIMS and take courses in weather spotting. All free to us. You will learn traffic and crowd control. You will help other charities at their events, runs, walks, all while honing your skills. You will work with Police, Fire, Medical services throught-out the Metro area. Please do not send a Volunteer inquiry if you don't intend to follow thru, It takes volunteer time to answer each individual. Thank you!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Oklahoma County REACT
P.O. Box 2225, Oklahoma City, OK 73101, US
Radio Emergency Associated Communications Teams are volunteers who are organized internationally and use radios to provide public service communications for travelers and their local communities. REACT Teams use their radios to monitor Radio Emergency Channels in the interest of safety. REACT Teams also provide communications in response to emergencies and for community events.
Our member teams in their local communities, work public service events and an untold number of small local emergencies ranging from single family house fires, multi-unit apartment fires, brush fires, chemical spills, and train derailments, to assisting during shelter operations by the Red Cross, Salvation Army or other agencies during floods, and of course our relentless monitoring of Emergency Radio Channels.