We want everyone in the community to be getting ready to respond and prepare for disasters, especially if they are in an area that can be affected by hurricanes. Well FEMA has embarked in a process with addressing the whole community, that includes volunteer organizations, private sector, and all levels of government. With the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters, which basically covers the nation, we are working together to develop memorandums of understanding, processes to engage them in times of disaster, to help people with our resources and their resources meet their needs in times of disasters. We have been working in developing our website and we have a program called "Be a Force of Nature," and they can get to it by going to ready.gov/hurricanes, and there they can learn about hurricanes, what actions what individual actions they can take, how their family can get ready, how their communities can get ready to prepare for disaster. What do they need for individuals, do they know where the location of shelters, or any other place if they need to evacuate. Also they can download to their smart-phones the FEMA application, which can also help them to locate shelters if they had to evacuate, or if they're affected by the disaster they are able to receive assistance from FEMA from the Disaster Recovery Centers that they can locate through their smart-phone. Also we want them to pledge that they will be able to help friends and families, and that they come together and work together as a community to ensure that everyone is ready in case they are affected, or in case they live in areas that hurricanes can affect.