#GivingTuesday: CRA Fundraising Campaign Launch
November 29, 2022
The CRA is funded primarily by the generosity of our individual donors and sponsors. This funding has helped the CRA share critical information to emergency managers and resiliency officers across the state and country. Additionally, this funding has opened networking channels across the public and private sector supporting a “whole community” approach to disaster response and recovery.
As we enter the holiday season, the CRA is launching its first ever fundraising campaign. Your generosity and support will help the CRA continue its mission of empowering local and regional resilience through cross-sector information sharing and partnerships.
Specifically, your funding will help:
- Foster connections both with people and organizations to facilitate regional resiliency coordination and planning.
- Share curated information, tools, and resources via a dynamic distribution list so members can spend their time using information instead of trying to find it.
- Support engagement across public and private sectors to champion cross-sector understanding and collaboration.
The matrix below outlines the different sponsorship/membership tier opportunities. Individuals/Organizations who become a “Community Resiliency” level supporter during our initial campaign running through March 1, 2023 will be considered “founders”. Our fundraising goal is $120,000. With your help, we have no doubt that we will meet our goal.
To learn more about the membership tiers and/or upgrade your individual basic membership Contact Us. If you are not yet a member you can join at the individual basic level via our Membership page and then upgrade to one of the other tiers.
You can also make a general donation for any amount in support of the CRA via PayPal. The CRA is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit.
Membership Tiers / Sponsorship Opportunities
Access to Online Quick Links Collections and Incident Resource Pages
Emailed Situation Reports, Incident Briefings, and Resource Collections
Access to the CRA’s Reference Library (This library is a comprehensive database of plans, exercises, hazard assessments, and after actions reports from around the state and more.)
Receive Domestic and International Resource Report Sharing Emails, Opt-in (These emails are comprised of reports and resources found while compiling CRA material that are outside the CRA’s scope and mission.)
Community Resiliency Leader*
Resilience Champion level for 5 employees
Logo on the CRA Website
Recognition on CRA’s Social Media Platforms
Community Resiliency Advocate
Resilience Champion level for 10 employees
Community Resiliency Leader Tier Benefits
Concierge “Reference Librarian” assistance with the CRA’s Reference Library
Community Resiliency Champion
Resilience Champion level for unlimited # of employees
Community Resiliency Advocate Tier Benefits
Recognized as a CRA funding supporter in resource collection briefs
Exercise development consultation and research support (up to 10 hours total)
* The Community Resiliency Leader tier is available for micro businesses with fewer than 50 employees and government entities.