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Foundation for Research & Advancement of Emergency Management 

Imagine a world where your monetary assistance can impact the lives of many individuals. At the Foundation for the Research and Advancement of Emergency Management, we provide people and organizations of all backgrounds a chance to reach their potential through our wide range of grants, scholarships and fellowship options. We invite you to learn more about how you can get involved in our rewarding Research Foundation today.

Who Are We?

The Foundation for the Research and Advancement of Emergency Management was established by practitioners of emergency management who have a natural curiosity of the field and a desire to see it thrive. We believe that emergency management is an evolving field and that requires cultivating and development. The foundation was designed for that purpose.

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About Us

At Foundation for the Research and Advancement of Emergency Management, we believe that the best solutions come from the people who are most affected by the problem. We have dedicated our lives to working with these communities — providing whatever support they need in order to unlock their potential. We want all individuals to envision their goals and realize they have the ability to make their dreams a reality.

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The Emergency Management Network

The EMN is our newsletter that features strategies and advice from today’s thought leaders and experts in emergency management. Its purpose is to empower and enrich current and future leaders.


Preparing for infrastructure compromise

Many of us grew up during the Cold War. We spent a lot of time worrying about what we would do if our respective politicians lost their minds and pressed the nuclear button, sending us all diving under our desks or into bomb shelters. We’ve continued to worry about the nuclear abilities of other nations, particularly North Korea, but by and large, preparing local communities for war went away with the switch from Civil Defense to Emergency Management. Now we crawl under our desks for earthquakes (which might actually protect us) and head for tornado shelters instead of fall-out shelters.


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Irvine CA 92612

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