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Disaster Multimedia Toolkit

Live Announcer Scripts



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The resources on this page are ideal for external partners and media looking for disaster recovery content to share on social media during and after a disaster, including: social graphics, flyers and announcer scripts, accessible videos and animations in multiple languages.

What Houses of Worship Need to Know About the FEMA Disaster Aid Process Graphic


What Houses of Worship Need to Know About the FEMA Disaster Aid Process

Available in English and Spanish, print this graphic to use as a flyer.

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Live Announcer Scripts

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Download our live announcer script in multiple languages to help communicate out to your community about how to apply for assistance with FEMA.

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Videos on YouTube

View FEMA's video playlists on YouTube for information on disaster assistance to help survivors get through the recovery process.

Disaster Assistance Animations & PSAs (English and Spanish)

This animation explains how federal assistance reaches communities after a disaster.

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American Sign Language (ASL) Videos

This video contains key messages presented in American Sign Language (ASL) and closed captioning.

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Disaster-Specific Resources
If responding to a particular disaster, you can find more information about that incident on its disaster page.
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Press Office

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Social Media

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We use FEMA social media channels to help communicate with the public during disasters.
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For resources to support your community before a disaster happens, visit our Social Media Toolkit.