"I wish I had Life Cubes in time for the 8.8 earthquake in Ecuador where we had 10 days of funerals and crowds of people struggling to survive without water, electricity, cellular service, food or shelter." WG, a preparedness-aware American business executive who housed and fed dozens of survivors.
“What a tremendous ‘step forward’, knowing the significant contribution the LC products can manifest in life-saving modes to those in need — those on the front lines in the entire world arena be it warfare or disaster areas, etc.” DE
Season’s Greetings! Tis the season for joy and giving, and yet it can be difficult when facing a year of fires, floods, and wars. Current events continue to press our awareness of disasters and their impacts on people, and we all know that disasters wait for no one. With that awareness comes the question; what should be done now, to better prepare? And what can I do to help in some way to bring joy and perhaps save lives?
We at Life Cube have developed shelter solution systems for first responders and disaster victims of all kinds. In fact, we created our LC12 to respond to an earthquake where NOBODY could get ANY shelter or supplies to survivors who, in one news commentator’s words, “were likely to freeze to death tonight.” Our shelter systems are the most effective, transportable, reusable systems available. For example, the LC12 comes in a 5-foot box that 2 people can roll into position in minutes, providing critical shelter, water, food, light, heat, and communications. (*) Kathy Staples, Exec. Director, Santa Barbara County Energy Coalition commented about the Florida and Texas disasters: “Life Cube is the best solution…It has my full endorsement for the ease of access in this time of National crisis. Now is the time to use Life Cube.”
Under a new sponsorship program called RESCUE THE FUTURE (Green2Gold, a 501c3 charity), we need your tax-deductible contributions to place shelters in the hands of organizations best suited to prepare for and respond to disasters, like the United Nations, Red Cross, United Way, etc.
For example, a tax-deductible donation of $100,000 can supply: