Our 150 Rangers help to ensure that their communities are better prepared to respond to disasters and are becoming more disaster resilient. The volunteers work through Youth Emergency Action Committees to fill an urgent community need.
In addition to clean up campaigns, the Rangers respond to disasters, raise awareness in their communities, advocate for better garbage disposal practices among residents, and assist with repairs to houses due to damage from natural disasters.
Our young people are a valuable asset and can play a key role in reducing the risks of disasters in their communities. Want to become a Ranger? Read more