Homeland Preparedness Project

Mission

HPP's mission is to make America a safer place to live by working with communities to develop citizen volunteers to help in emergencies and disasters. By empowering citizens through emergency preparedness and response education and training, HPP will foster personal responsibility and community.

Ruling year info

2005

Principal Officer

Bill Ray

Main address

2833 Cytherea Cir

Alvin, TX 77511 USA

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EIN

34-2028513

NTEE code info

Disaster Preparedness and Relief Services (M20)

First Aid Training (M41)

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Citizens Corp of Brazoria County

Citizens Corps works with communities to develop volunteer citizen responders who are trained to work during disasters and other emergencies. Citizen Corps also provides prevention and preparedness information outreach

Population(s) Served

Ft. Bend County Medical Reserve Corps provides training to volunteers who want to help during public health emergencies and other public health outreach activities. Currently, FBMRC is tasked with staffing Strategic National Stockpile Points of Distribution, assisting with short-term sheltering, Medical Surge Staffing, and Public Health Outreach.

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Homeland Preparedness Project

Board of directors
as of 4/1/2016
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Board chair

Bill Ray

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Term: Jan 2004 - Jan 2012

David Winter

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Deanna Dick

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William Ray

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