Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, This Disaster Response Mobile Application will be used for Fast and Reliable Emergency Rescues!
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/12/2018 -- Citizens to the Rescue is an all-new disaster alerting network application that has been developed for iOS and Android platforms for ordinary citizens. The app is going to be the first ever peer-to-peer lifesaving rescue application that will basically allow ordinary citizens to be able to mobilize and assemble voluntary emergency response teams in the event of a disaster. Moreover, the app is currently being crowdfunded on Kickstarter with an aim to raise a sum of $30,000.
"With Citizens to the Rescue, we are maximizing the use of technology for the benefit of common people and the app will enable ordinary citizens, government agencies and NGOs to streamline and field rescue requests, and users will never get a busy signal." Said Larissa Paschyn, a San Francisco based American emergency management professional and first responder, while introducing this app to the Kickstarter community.
According to Larissa, the app will basically fill in the void of 911 because the service of 911 sometimes gets down in the times of disasters and emergency due to overload. She also explained how this app will be used for every type of disaster including active shootings, earthquakes, medical emergencies, landslides, floods, assaults and more.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1274513186/citizens-to-the-rescue-a-disaster-response-mobile and supporters from around the world can become a part of this inspiring project by making generous pledges and donations. This fundraising campaign is already getting an overwhelming response and the project offers several rewards including courses and certifications for the backers. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
About Citizens to the Rescue
Citizens to the Rescue is an inspiring new lifesaving mobile application that is based on an entirely new model of sending a distress signal or emergency call. The app is first ever peer-to-peer emergency lifesaving response app and it will be used by the ordinary citizens in all kinds of life threatening situations including terrorist attacks and natural disasters.
Contact Person: Larissa Paschyn
Company: Citizens to the Rescue
Address: 3131 Vicente Street
City: San Francisco