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Resources for Disaster Relief

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Hurricane Harvey devastated the Gulf Coast of Texas over the last week and reminded all of us who work and volunteer in history organizations that disaster preparedness is critical. Finding help when you are in recovery mode is equally critical.

AASLH has collected resources from various organizations for institutions and individuals recovering from hurricanes, flooding, and other disasters to help provide assistance during this crucial time:

The Heritage Emergency National Task Force (HENTF) provides resources for cultural organizations recovering from a disaster.

The American Alliance of Museums (AAM) has also published a comprehensive list of resources for disaster recovery that includes helpful phone numbers and websites for advice and consultation for museums in active disaster recovery: http://www.aam-us.org/resources/disaster-preparedness-recovery-resources

AASLH also provides many helpful resources on our website:

4 Responses to “Resources for Disaster Relief”

  1. August 31, 2017 at 2:42 am, Help for museums and historic sites in Harvey’s wake | Past in the Present said:

    […] if you’re a curator or site administrator, this is a good time to make sure your institution or organization is prepared for a disaster.  (For additional information, check out the AAM’s […]

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  2. September 04, 2017 at 1:52 pm, Intent vs. Impact | Leadership Matters said:

    […] organizations and collections you serve and protect. And for our readers, know that both AAM and AASLH have disaster advice on their web pages. In addition, AASLH is actively collecting for storm […]

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