Flyers, postcards, web banners, oh, my! Materials to help promote your Preparedness Day activities available now

Blog Post created by lisamariesinatra Employee on Mar 6, 2014

As you plan your project for national Wildfire Community Preparedness Day on Saturday, May 3, NFPA has created a number of resources for you to use for your outreach and promotion activities. 

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Flyers, a postcard, web and email banners are just a few things to help you get started. We've even created a customized flyer that gives participants a chance to enter their own event information. Download the flyer, fill in your project information details and send it to your community volunteers today! Recognized Firewise communities can also use a customized flyer for their Firewise Day event activities.

Looking to print more than a handful? We've created versions of the flyers that you can give to a local printer! All of these resources and more are available on our Preparedness Day webpage

And don't forget, there's still time to enter your project into our contest. Winners will receive funding, courtesy of State Farm, to pay for their mitigation activities on May 3. Enter now to be eligible to win! The deadline is March 19. Then once you've entered the contest, share your project with us! Skip on over to our nationwide event map and enter your project

With over 40 projects already in the works, this year's Preparedness Day is shaping up to be a real winner! And it's all because of the dedication of communities like yours! If you've thought about joining us on May 3 but don't know what projects you and your neighborhood could work on, check out our project idea list that will surely get your creative juices flowing! Then keep us posted on your progress! We want to hear from you. We'll see you on the 3rd!