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Learn how NPP can help your business prepare.

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Our Mission

“Building the readiness of private stakeholders in Nebraska to prepare, mitigate, respond, and recover from disasters through advocacy, training, and public partnerships.”

Building Readiness Through Partnership

Combining the assets of the private sector with the resources, knowledge, and access of the public sector can create Partnerships that fill those gaps and take the recovery of your business to the next level.

The Nebraska Preparedness Partnership is creating those partnerships and wants you to be involved.

Together, we can make Nebraska businesses better prepared and more resilient.

As a non-profit, we rely upon donations and funding from stakeholders and memberships.

These funds help NPP in their mission to increase resilience of Nebraska communities to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters.

Donations are tax deductible.



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Past Events

In September 2018, NPP held a large, full-day event at the Omaha Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium to introduce themselves to local businesses.

The nearly 200 participants were treated to a buffet lunch while enjoying a panel discussion; speakers from the Nebraska and Federal Emergency Management Agencies, other public-private partnerships, and the Mayor from Greenburg, Kansas to discuss their response and recovery from devastating tornados. 

The day wrapped up with a scenario exercise facilitated by Douglas County Emergency Management.

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