Every bottle sold means supporting hurricane efforts and more hurricane victims.
By purchasing SOLSCENSE now, you are supporting Hurricane Harvey and Irma victims by providing medicine and supplies to those who need it most. We are donating $1.50 from each bottle sold to the efforts of Direct Relief, an organization that is on the front lines of Hurricane recovery efforts.
If you do have to make a purchase during this difficult time, make it one that counts. Stay strong Houston, Florida, and the Caribbean. Our hearts go out to you 💜.
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Direct Relief: Emergency Preparedness and Response
Direct Relief works to equip healthcare providers who care for vulnerable people on an ongoing basis and during emergencies. Their strong network of trusted partners enables them to assess immediate healthcare needs, understand the situation on the ground, and respond quickly and efficiently when a disaster strikes.
Direct Relief’s approach to disasters is to support the immediate needs of victims. They work with local partners best situated to assess, respond, and prepare for long-term recovery. Each emergency is unique and has characteristics that are dependent upon local facts and circumstances.
Direct Relief coordinates with local, national, and international responders to avoid duplication of efforts and logistical bottlenecks. Their efforts are always in direct response to specific requests from partners and ensure the most efficient use of resources.
Direct Relief understands the importance of preparedness and works to equip its vulnerable communities before disasters strike. They do this based on years of experience responding to large-scale emergencies worldwide. They have developed programs to help address the needs of vulnerable communities before a disaster strikes. This includes pre-positioning emergency medical materials with healthcare facilities in areas vulnerable to hurricanes.
Informed by the response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Hurricane Preparedness Program began in the U.S. Gulf States and has expanded each year to include nine states in the U.S., as well as seven countries in Central America and the Caribbean. These materials are delivered annually before hurricane season starts in June. Any materials that are not needed for emergency response are absorbed into regular inventory for patient care.