Fulcrum Community

Streamline your critical disaster-response efforts with Fulcrum's no-code platform.

Fulcrum Community programs

Fulcrum Community helps disaster-response teams streamline their recovery efforts with Fulcrum’s no-code platform at no cost during their critical recovery period. Volunteers download the app for free on their phones and collect critical data before, during and after a disaster. Real-time communication between team members and volunteer organizations enables quick decision making, preparation, and relief efforts. Emergency managers can easily customize apps to rapidly conduct disaster relief and damage assessments, producing reports directly from the platform.

Carson City Public Works

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Carson City and Douglas County. Carson City Public Works conducted a preliminary damage assessment. Occurred Jan 10, 2017.

Community Health Mapping

This project was designed to collect information about King Tide flooding and to determine to what extent, if any, water quality, water depth or water salinity was impacted.

County of Santa Barbara

After the Whittier and Alamo Fires in July of 2017, Santa Barbara County conducted a preliminary damage assessment.

American Red Cross

After an EF-3 tornado caused serious damage to Naplate and Ottawa, Illinois. American Red Cross carried out an internal damage assessment.

Harvey Relief

Houston, TX was inundated with more than 50 inches of rain after Hurricane Harvey made landfall Aug. 26 and stalled over the area.

NSF Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance Network

The StEER network is funded by the NSF to build resilience through structural engineering reconnaissance following extreme events.

EERI

The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute used Fulcrum Community to conduct post-earthquake investigations across Southern California after an M6.4 earthquake struck near Searles Valley, CA on July 4th, 2019.

Team Rubicon

Dorian made landfall on Grand Bahama, Abaco Islands on September 1st, 2019 as a Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds of 180 mph, torrential rains, and flooding destroying much of the affected area. Using Fulcrum, Team Rubicon WHO- verified (EMT) team helped relief efforts by stabilizing victims, removing debris, restoring roads and rescuing individuals trapped in inaccessible areas of the islands.

New Covenant Social Justice Ministry

Several large tornadoes touched down in West and Middle Tennessee, March 2-3, 2020, hitting downtown Nashville and areas west of Cookeville, Tennessee. More than 70,000 residents lost power, 300 were injured and 25 lost their lives. NCSJ volunteers accessed the damage and surveyed the needs of the residents affected, using Fulcrum to collect that data and communicate information to other organizations on the ground.

Helping volunteers save lives with mobile data collection

229,375

Records Collected

2,630

Users

$1,224,000

Invested

Apply for a Fulcrum Community account

Once your project has been approved, you will be able to quickly build your custom app and place it on your own community landing page so you can direct volunteers to download the app and start collecting data!