Family vs. Finance
Safety vs. Futility
Independence vs. Bureaucracy
Action vs. Helplessness
Growth vs. Famine
Courage vs. Liability
Life vs. Suffering
Prevention vs. Inaction
Whether you're a parent, a community leader, a business or organization, or simply a concerned citizen, you can make a life-saving difference right now.
Strengthen your community's critical infrastructure.
everything, Everything depends on it.
The Grid Effort
- At Your Service -
The Grid Effort empowers average people to take direct action to protect their families and communities from a disastrous, long term electrical black-out. Akin to a classic community fund raiser, The Grid Effort provides a venue to make a charitable donation and help purchase the equipment needed to protect your community's electrical power grid from an extreme assault by a terrorist state or a sever solar flare.
Familiar Voices In The Know:
A Citizen's Responsibility
"...If we do not act to protect our grid, our nation could be at the mercy of any enemy that can build, or acquire and launch, a nuclear warhead that could generate a devastating electromagnetic pulse across our nation. Or we can wait for that inevitable solar flare, which could inflict an even more devastating and widespread catastrophe on the human family."
Rep. Yvette Clarke
"..someone who sees an imminent challenge oncoming... has a responsibility to prepare."
"I started asking myself,... do I have a responsibility to do something about the EMP threat?"
Arizona State Senator
The Grid Effort is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization whose purpose is to help individual cities to protect themselves from assaults to their electrical power grid. We see a real and urgent need which isn't new, and isn't being addressed in an expeditious way by anyone else. Not by any business, and not by a government agency. So, we're stepping up in a gesture of compassion and support for cities all across the United States. We're a tool for individual cities to help themselves. We're not a government program, nor a tax, nor a regulation. We're simply and organization that wants to help, and we hope you'll support our effort, and use what we have to offer.
Take the time to cross the street and talk to your neighbor about a problem in you community.