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Information Technology Disaster Resource Center

Connecting Communities in Crisis™

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To request technical assistance for your community, call our 24-hour activation line, or simply e-mail us to get help.

We Are on a Mission

ITDRC is a volunteer-driven nonprofit with over 4,500 volunteers across the globe. Our goal is to enable disaster response and relief organizations to do their work, helping communities and survivors heal more quickly.

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ITDRC harnesses the collective power of the technology community along with our professional network of volunteers to support communities impacted by disasters.

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Current Deployments

New Mexico Wildfires

On Monday June 17, 2024, the South Fork and Salt fires ignited on the Mescalero Apache Reservation. ITDRC has been actively engaged; coordinating with federal, local, state, tribal, non-governmental, and private sector entities to provide Information, Communications, and Technology (ICT) support to responders and the impacted communities.

May 2024 Severe Weather and Tornado Outbreak

ITDRC is providing support to communities in Florida, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas after a dangerous storm system made its way across the US.

Hurricane Idalia

Teams are providing emergency communications, WiFi connectivity, and cell phone charging stations in shelters and command centers and performing assessments for unmet communications and technical needs.

Maui Fires

Teams are providing direct support for public safety, survivors, and community recovery. We've established a field office on Maui to enable us to continuously assess and respond to unmet needs identified during recovery.

Pacific Northwest Fires

Response Teams are providing connectivity to support fire operations, as well as critical infrastructure impacted by a regional communications outage in Lake County, Oregon.