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The challenge

In crisis situations that affect the safety and wellbeing of a community, Police, Councils, Civil Defence Units, Government Departments and District Health Boards, can sometimes struggle to deliver en masse, important communications and updates to their local communities quickly and efficiently.

Disaster management, earthquakes, flooding, influenza and pandemic outbreaks, intruders on a school’s property are just a few of the examples presenting the M.o.E, DHB’s, Police and local authorities with the challenge of communicating to their communities important alerts and updates.

The solution

Imagine being able to communicate your message quickly and easily to a significant percentage of the local population in a matter of minutes or hours, or over days and weeks as a situation progresses?

School-links Community ALERTS makes it simple.

  • Provide School-links Community ALERTS with your important updates and information
  • School-links Community ALERTS offers a promotional channel via participating schools’ digital communication tools
  • School-links Community ALERTS can be delivered directly to parents, caregivers, and student contact information to ensure your information reaches the right people
  • Your Government Department, Civil Defence Unit, Council or other organisation now can deliver important information and updates directly to the parents and caregivers of these school communities.

For more information contact Mary-Anne Colenbrander
[email protected] | 021 025 55548 | 0800 333 480

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Listings

Listings are FREE on Community ALERTS but are pre-approved upon submission. This is to ensure that the information and content your organisation provides is appropriate for the Directory.

Advertising

Banner ads are available on the Community ALERTS Directory which is delivered via participating schools’ E-newsletters, notices and websites. These communication platforms are targeted directly to the parents, caregivers and communities of each participating school.