TEAM EARTHQUAKE is a 501(c)(3) Not for Profit organization. Gifts go toward first-aid and disaster preparedness programs for children, teens & communities. PAYPAL  GoTeamEarthquake@Gmail.comTAX ID #81-2275271

TeamEarthquake.Org began with a simple question. Where will we go for help immediately after a major earthquake?

Following a major disaster, first responders who provide fire and medical services will not be able to meet the demand for these services... People will have to rely on each other for help in order to meet their immediate life saving and life sustaining needs.
— FEMA, Federal Emergency Management Agency, USA


The truth is, we will all be called to respond, even small children. They will be first responders, perhaps in their homes and classrooms. With First Aid Training for children and adults,  building neighborhood CERT Community Emergency Response Teams, and with a clear neighborhood /workplace response plan, we will be prepared and ready . Our preparedness will keep our children safe & communities ready and resilient.


9 Priority Steps for Creating a Nation of Prepared Youth

  1. Elevate the importance of youth preparedness learning programs at the national, state, and local levels.
  2. Evaluate the quality and effectiveness of existing and new youth preparedness programs.
  3. Support the implementation of youth preparedness learning programs.
  4. Create positive relationships between youth and the first responder community.
  5. Link youth preparedness to family and community participation, especially in communities where English may not be the first language spoken (or understood) among adults, in other underrepresented communities, and inclusive of individuals with access and functional needs.
  6. Make school preparedness a key component of youth preparedness.
  7. Build and strengthen productive partnerships among stakeholder agencies and organizations.
  8. Identify opportunities to embed youth preparedness in youth culture.
  9. Design a sustaining, locally driven model for developing, designing, and delivering programming.



Presidential Policy Directive PPD-8 National Preparedness

Recognizing that preparedness is a shared responsibility, it calls for the involvement of everyone—not just the government—in preparedness efforts.

Whole Community includes:

  • Individuals and families, including those with access and functional needs
  • All Businesses both large and small
  • Faith-based and community organizations
  • Nonprofit groups
  • Schools and academia
  • Media outlets
  • All levels of government, including state, local, tribal, territorial, and federal partners

By working together, everyone can keep the nation safe from harm and resilient when struck by hazards, such as natural disasters, like earthquakes.