BEFORE A HURRICANE

  • Know your Emergency Shelters.
  • Keep emergency numbers close at hand
  • Strengthen your house and protect
    the windows.
  • Trim trees
  • Develop an emergency
    communication plan.
  • Stock up on emergency
    supplies and medicines.
  • Stock up on food, water,
    batteries, masks, hand sanitizer.

DURING A HURRICANE

  • Alert and assist your most
    vulnerable neighbors and family.
  • Listen for updates on
    radio and television
  • Keep important documents in a
    waterproof container and safely
    secure them.
  • Have a safe place to take shelter.
  • Check emergency supplies.
  • Charge cell phone.
  • Keep a supply of flashlights
    and extra batteries handy.
  • If you need to evacuate your home,
    lock up home and go to the
    nearest shelter.
  • Take steps to keep yourself and
    others safe from COVID-19.

AFTER A HURRICANE

  • Make sure that you listen for official information to ensure that the all-clear announcement has been given. Do not leave your home until you hear the all-clear announcement.
  • Do not go outside bare-footed or in slippers
  • Keep phone lines free for important calls
  • Get medical attention for persons injured
  • Help your family, neighbours and community
  • Assist in search and rescue, and community response efforts
  • Clear roads and clean up debris from surrounding areas
  • Begin temporary repairs
  • Report damage to utilities
  • Avoid Sightseeing
  • Watch out for secondary hazards, fire, flooding, etc
  • Do a damage assessment and co-operate with Assessors
  • Visitors should inform the relevant authorities of their location as soon as possible

Participating organizations

Get active on Social Media!

Upload a video to Tik Tok or Instagram supporting the team.

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Change your profile picture

Open the Instagram app and go to your profile, and once in it, click on the option Edit profile that will appear to you. Here, click on the option Change profile picture and then click on the option Import from Facebook.

The Hurricane Season NFT Collection is here!

Disaster Fighters is honored to partner with SuperWorld for an NFT drop in support of Caribbean communities.

Get your digital collectibles and be part of the community that beats disasters!
By acquiring NFT , you are supporting preparedness and response in the Caribbean.

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Helping Haiti

The impact of the earthquake in Haiti has been devastating.
People are in urgent need of our support and resources to restore their communities.
Now is the time to help!
Proceeds from these NFT sales will go directly to relief efforts in Haiti.
120 in total

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Help Haiti respond to the earthquake!

Limited Edition endorsed by Haitian artist Tafa Mi Soleil. By purchasing this NFT you are making a donation to provide food and assist in response efforts.
30 in total

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#HelpingHaiti by Dario De Siena

Limited Edition of 1 created by Dario De Siena.
By purchasing this NFT you are making a donation to provide food and assist in response efforts.
De Siena is an artist and graphic designer based in Zürich, Switzerland. His work portrays the beauty in everyday objects

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Help Caribbean countries get prepared!

St Kitts & Nevis

“No island can withstand a category 5 hurricane! We are gradually moving from being responsive to becoming proactive”, says Jack NGumbah in the local disaster management agency.
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Anguilla

“It only takes one major storm to devastate a country and to the contrary, a single act of preparation
by each of us, maximizes our ability to recover exponentially.” Calvin Andre Samuel Director, Disaster Management
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St Vincent & the Grenadines

“Everybody come together and let’s make a plan”. Bomani, artist and ambassador of the Disaster Fighter campaign.
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St Lucia

“Let’s get together as a team and beat disasters”, Daren Sammy, cricketer and ambassador of the Disaster Fighter campaign.
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Antigua and Barbuda

"Disaster can happen at anytime therefore it is imperative to have a sound strategy in the event one does occur" is a message from the National Office of Disaster Services. Acquire this NFT and help Antigua and Barbuda respond better to disasters.

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Barbados

"Although the hurricane Elsa has passed, a number of hazards remain" is a message from the Department of Emergency Management. Acquire this NFT and help Barbados respond better to disasters.

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Belize

"Belizeans are reminded to stay alert and be prepared during Hurricane Season" according to the The National Emergency Management Organization. Acquire this NFT and help Belize respond better to disasters.

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Cayman Islands

“Preparing Communities Today for Disasters of Tomorrow” is the slogan for the Hazard Management Cayman Islands.
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Commonwealth of Dominica

"Being prepared is key regardless of the number of storms predicted, because as we know it only takes one system to set us back". National Disaster Coordinator, Mr. Fitzroy Pascal.
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Commonwealth of the Bahamas

"Hurricane Dorian is not an isolated occurrence, but the latest example of recurrent extreme climate events that have changed the Bahamian landscape and impacted its population." Acquire this NFT and help Bahamas respond better to disasters.

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Grenada

"When the hazards are coming, we should tell each other: This is the time for us to prepare together!" singer and ambassador of the Disaster Fighters campaign.
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Guyana

Guyana, because of its location, geology and geography, is prone to several natural hazards. Acquire this NFT and help Guyana respond better to disasters.

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Haiti

"Hurricanes are coming! Did we learn from the last one? Let's protect what we love!". Tafa Mi Soleil singer and ambassador of the Disaster Fighters campaign.
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Jamaica

“We want to ensure that we do as best as we can to prevent any further loss of lives and to minimise, as best as possible, whatever damage may occur”. Desmond McKenzie, Minister of Local Government and Rural Development.
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Montserrat

"As is the case with all hurricanse seasons, it only takes one storm to make it an active season" Alvin Ryan, Disaster Management Coordination Agency Director. Acquire this NFT and help Montserrat respond better to disasters.

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Suriname

According to Nationaal Coördinatie Centrum voor Rampenbeheersing - NCCR, Suriname is categorized as one of the most vulnerable countries in the Caribbean prone to the negative impacts of climate change.
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The British Virgin Islands

"The best way for us to be ready for the hazards we face is for us to work together to stay ready" Natalio Wheatley, acting premier of The British Virgin Islands. Acquire this NFT and help The British Virgin Islands respond better to disasters.

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Trinidad and Tobago

"Don't wait for disasters to show love to your neighbour! It's Hurricane Season", DJ Bravo and Stacy Ann King, cricketers and ambassador of the Disaster Fighters campaign.
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Turks & Caicos Islands

"We have been blessed and we give thanks for our blessings, but we must also be ready to respond if nature strikes", Virginia Clerveaux Director of the Department of Disaster Management and Emergencies. Acquire this NFT and help Turks &Caicos Islands respond better to disasters.

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Derivative art from artists supporting Disaster Fighters.

The NFT community with the support of collectibles like the Alien Boys is collaborating for the creation of Derivatives with Disaster Fighters. Here you will find Aliens, Bored Apes, Bored Apes Kennel, and others for you to collect.

Helping Haiti #1

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Helping Haiti #2

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Helping Haiti #3

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Helping Haiti #4

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Helping Haiti #5

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Helping Haiti #6

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Remix of Solidarity - Helping Haiti

Limited Edition of 30 created by Mike Pinette

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Papiyon - Helping Haiti

Limited Edition of 30 created by Creatress

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On The Floor - Helping Haiti

Limited Edition of 30 created by Jessica Greenwalt

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Alien Boy

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Alien Boy (Hurricane)

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Bored Ape (Elsa)

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Bored Ape (Glass Hurricane)

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Bored Ape (Hurricane Lens)

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Bored Ape (King Make A Plan)

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Bored Ape (Make A Plan Cap)

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Bored Ape (Make A Plan)

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Bored Ape (Necklace)

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Bored Ape Kennel

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Metabot

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Svins Disaster Fighters

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Yeti

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Yeti (Hurricane)

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Alien Boy (Map)

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Alien Boy (Cap)

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Bored Ape Yatch Club

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Long Neckie Lady #1

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Long Neckie Lady #2

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Long Neckie Lady #2

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Make A Plan - Alien Boy

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Make A Plan - Bored Ape #1

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Make A Plan - Bored Ape #2

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Bored Ape by Juanes Guzyan

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Make A Plan - Muttniks

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Make A Plan - Yeti

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Muttnik Female #1

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Muttnik Female #2

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Muttnik Hurricane

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Alien Boy (Ball)

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Are you new to the NFT world?

Check the most frequently asked questions!

Disaster Fighters is the first and largest NFT charity collaboration in the Caribbean region to date.


You can get a digital collectible and support preparedness and response in the Caribbean.


Getting started with the world of NFTs is easy.


To get started, you have to create a digital wallet (you can start with Metamask) and then send some ETH to that wallet. You can buy ETH with your credit card on exchanges like Coinbase, Kraken or Binance. Once the transaction is complete and you’re verified, you can send it to your wallet.


You’re now ready to buy NFTs!


 


An NFT (non-fungible token) is entirely unique, a one-of-a-kind token that cannot be substituted by anything else. It is a digital asset (e.g. artwork, music, writing) that is “minted” and stored on a virtual ledger called a blockchain. Once the asset is recorded on the blockchain, an unalterable record is maintained of everyone who has owned the NFT, and the NFT is prevented from ever being changed.


NFTs provide a way for collectibles to become digital assets, so that they can be easily bought, sold, and traded in the marketplace.


NFTs exist on a blockchain. A blockchain is a system of recording information in a way that makes it difficult or impossible to change, hack, or cheat. It is best known as the underlying process that makes cryptocurrencies possible.


A blockchain is essentially a digital ledger of transactions that is duplicated and distributed across the entire network of computer systems on the blockchain. Each block in the chain contains a number of transactions, and each time a new transaction occurs on the blockchain, a record of that transaction is added to every participant’s ledger.


NFTs are typically held on the blockchain called Ethereum, although other blockchains support them as well.


Like traditional collectibles, the value of a digital collectible lies in its uniqueness. In order to make this possible, digital collectibles are created, identified and transferred as non-fungible tokens (NFTs).


Disaster Fighters is the first and largest NFT charity collaboration in the Caribbean region to date.


We’ll mint a collection of assets such as nineteen digital cards inspired by the uniqueness of the countries of the Caribbean region and more than fifty digital cards designed by digital artists from the NFT community.


The proceeds from this campaign will be donated to improve community preparedness and resilience to risks such as hurricanes in the Caribbean.


Proceeds will go to the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) and local National Emergency Agencies, in order to support preparedness and response efforts to risks such as hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, COVID-19 and other hazards in the region.


Funds will be traceable from buyers to the country or countries that they choose as beneficiaries (Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Cayman Islands, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Republic of Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica , Montserrat, St. Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Suriname, Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos Islands and the Virgin Islands).


You can purchase Disaster Fighters NFTs on SuperWorld NFT Salon.  It’s easy to get started in just a few simple steps:


 


Step 1: Set up an account and get started.


To set up an account, simply click on “Sign In.” A dialogue box will appear with a prompt to enter the credentials, select a crypto wallet  and get started with the NFT Salon.


Step 2: Register to buy an NFT. 


To buy an NFT you will have to sign-in with your email. However, you can browse through without signing in or connecting a wallet.


Step 3: Buy NFTs at the Salon. 


Go to the Marketplace and click on the Buy button on any of the Disaster Fighters NFTs. You will be redirected to the batch page where you would be able to see all the tokens for that batch. Click on any of the tokens to go to the card detail page and then click on Buy to purchase the same.


You can set up a wallet on a desktop or a mobile device.


You can download a wallet from Metamask, Coinbase and Fortmatic on the desktop version. Then Sign in with your email and follow the instructions to set up an account. 


Go to the Marketplace and click on the Buy button on any of the Disaster Fighters NFTs. You will be redirected to the batch page where you would be able to see all the tokens for that batch. Click on any of the tokens to go to the card detail page and then click on Buy to purchase the same.


When a Disaster Fighters NFT is listed on auction, you can place a bid on that NFT any number of times. The Bid should be more than the current listing price. The list price will change as per the bid amount. If someone else bids more than you then the ETH will be returned to you in your wallet automatically. If you are the highest bidder at the end of the auction, you will get the opportunity to Claim the NFT or wait till the seller completes the purchase cycle from their end. 


Any question? Get in touch!