It's about who you prepare with....

A tree falling on an electrical line caused the Great Blackout of 2003 which left 45 million Americans in the dark for up to a week. Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy, along with countless storms and floods across the Midwest, have shown us what mother nature can do and what the government cannot.  From natural disasters to wide area power failures and civil disturbances, all of us realize how fast municipal utilities can fail and our families can be left without water, electricity, and heat along with being exposed to looting and predatory violence.  Of course, when the situation inevitable goes from bad to worse, response services and the police forces are committed elsewhere, so we become solely responsible for the health and safety of our families.  

In the face of adversity, our choices are either to hope for the best knowing that we will eventually be wondering how to source a meal for our children, or we can become assets to our friends, family and community.  The Cannae Academy offers a range of options for those who want to lead during a crisis.  Our integrated approach is best suited for municipalities, organizations and groups because the Cannae Model emphasizes a network approach that brings people together with the appropriate equipment and more importantly, skills, in order to meet their collective needs while simultaneously supporting those outside of the developed network.  

For more information, please contact us so that we can design a tailored solution to your requirements.

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