It’s Vital That Nonprofits Plan For Disasters By Putting Contingency Plans In Place Ahead of Time

Regardless of where your nonprofit is located, what its mission is or how large your organization is, it’s vital that there is a contingency plan in place in case of emergency. Your organization’s information and communication must be protected and secure, as well as easily recovered in the case of a natural disaster, an every day disaster or any unplanned event that inhibits lines of communication.

With UniVoIP, we have your back when your organization needs it most. 

What if there is an unplanned event such as no power, a natural disaster or even day to day issues? When disaster strikes, it’s crucial your organization can keep its doors and lines of communication open and during emergencies is often when nonprofits are the first to react. It can mean the difference between helping those in need, or shutting your organization out of any potential aid it can offer.

It’s important for your organization to be prepared before disaster strikes with a Continuity Plan. Upon setting up your phones, we will  layout a major incident scenario with you and you will pro-actively set up rules to re-route calls to your organization in case of an unfortunate event. When disaster strikes, you can initiate the override and phone calls to your nonprofit will be re-routed. You can rest assured that your organization will continue to maintain communications between staff, volunteers and the community when it’s more important than ever.

Nonprofits Partner With UniVoiP and yours can too: Looking for a way to boost your nonprofit organization’s fundraising efforts while leveraging communication and collaboration with your community? Take action today. 

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