FIVE STEPS TO GET PREPARED

GET OFFICIAL
ALERTS

TO KNOW WHAT TO DO

MAKE A PLAN

CREATING AN EMERGENCY CONTACT LIST & EVACUATION PLAN

PACK A GO-BAG

WITH THINGS YOU NEED

BUILD A
STAY BOX

TO STAY SAFE AT HOME FOR
WHEN YOU CAN’T LEAVE

HELP FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS

GET READY

VOICES OF CALIFORNIANS

Only after we understand the challenge, can we work together with local partners to solve for them and build more resilient communities.

WHAT HAPPENS TO US?

Disasters like wildfire and earthquake disproportionately impact vulnerable communities. These Californians must overcome significant obstacles not only to respond when disaster strikes, but also to be able to prepare for them.

VOICES OF CALIFORNIANS

Only after we understand the challenge, can we work together with local partners to solve for them and build more resilient communities.

WHAT HAPPENS TO US?

Disasters like wildfire and earthquake disproportionately impact vulnerable communities. These Californians must overcome significant obstacles not only to respond when disaster strikes, but also to be able to prepare for them.

LISTOS CALIFORNIA WANTS EVERYONE TO

GET READY AND STAY SAFE

Together, let’s establish resilient communities and build a new culture of disaster preparedness for all Californians.

DOWNLOAD THE DISASTER READY GUIDE

LISTOS CALIFORNIA is the state’s emergency preparedness campaign led by the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (CAL OES) and California Volunteers to make sure our most at-risk residents – those who are socially isolated, seniors, low-income, disabled or limited-English speakers – will have a plan for themselves and their families in the event of a disaster. Listos also encourages community engagement in local disaster planning as an essential part of getting all California prepared for any emergency.

Offices Closed

Inland Empire Community Foundation’s offices are temporarily closed and our staff is working remotely. As we continue to adapt to our new work environment, we are committed to serving our donors and the community. All office lines are being forwarded to staff and you can continue to reach us via email. While we are not officially open to the public, we will have a staff person in the Riverside office M-F on a limited schedule. Please call before visiting the office, and for any questions, call us at 951-241-7777 or email us at info@iegives.org