Response

The Eagles’ Wings Foundation provides emergency support to local government agencies affected by disaster impact.

Recovery

As communities recover from disaster impact, the Eagles’ Wings Foundation provides support every step of the way.

Volunteer

All services provided by the Eagles’ Wings Foundation are completed by a 100% volunteer staff of first responders.

Volunteers

The Eagles’ Wings Foundation is currently recruiting volunteers to support disaster response operations for the 2018 Hurricane Season! All of our missions are conducted by a 100% volunteer workforce, and we are always looking to expand our team of experienced first responders.

If you are interested in deploying with the Eagles’ Wings Foundation, please download Virtual Badge on your smartphone to get started. Select “The Eagles’ Wings Foundation” from the organization list, then select “Volunteer Badge” to apply.

Once we receive your application, we will be in contact with you to finalize your registration, determine your deployment status based on experience, location, and availability, and add you to our first responder contact list to receive information about upcoming deployment opportunities.

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Emergency Management Professionals

Mass Care: The Eagles’ Wings Foundation provides local government agencies with emergency support for mass-care operations by combining spontaneous volunteers with professional first responders to create a force-multiplying effect for disaster response operations.

Training: Since 1999, the Eagles’ Wings Foundation has developed several Best Practices for managing spontaneous volunteers during disaster response operations, and provides training for local government agencies that wish to improve utilization of this invaluable resource during emergency operations.

Volunteer: 100% of missions conducted by the Eagles’ Wings Foundation are managed by first responder volunteers who dedicate their service to communities in need.