ia, short for (improvisational adaptation) is quite literally “the science of human survival.”
The Ready-UP! ® program will not only educate and inform the public, but also fundraise for several outstanding not-for-profit preparedness, response, self-reliance and sustainable living related organizations.
The money raised will also finance the construction of several disaster-resistant community owned and operated incident command, disaster preparedness, response, self-reliance and sustainable living training centers and geodesic emergency shelters for disadvantaged urban & rural communities and Native American reservations.
Ready-UP! ® is an alliance of extraordinary individuals, organizations, businesses companies and religious organizations that are “ready,” willing and able to help the American public build a more prepared, self-reliant and sustainable nation.
Ready-UP! will equip individuals with skills that allow them to survive as William Shakespeare so aptly put in Hamlet, “the thousand natural shocks that flesh is aire to.” Practitioners learn how to become self-reliant, prepare for, survive and recover from disasters, emergencies and crises of all types; defend themselves from aggression, improve their health, nutrition & physical condition along with creating a sustainable lifestyle.
The latest Ready-UP! endeavor is an effort in Flint, Michigan, created to provide the residents of the city with practical solutions to the ongoing water crisis that continues to plague the city. Careless and irresponsible management of the city’s water distribution systems by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder led to the poisoning of the water supply.
The Ready-UP! team has assembled to help provide the people of Flint with new and revolutionary technology that can provide them with lead and contaminant free water.
After the completion of the Flint effort, Ready-UP! will also produce events in Newark & Patterson, New Jersey, and other areas across America that are experiencing toxic and contaminated water. Native American reservations will be a major focal point for the effort as their residents have long suffered the effects of contaminated water and soil.