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Meet EASApp™

The Emergency Animal Shelter App to Save Pet Lives

And Help Communities Prepare for Disasters 

 

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DARTCC’s Emergency Animal Shelter App (EASApp™) offers vital solutions for disaster volunteers and the communities in which they serve. 

Developed as an operational platform, EASApp™ was created for disaster animal response teams and built with volunteers in mind. EASApp™ offers a seamless system that gathers critical data in an emergency, yet is disguised as a simple-to-use interface volunteers can quickly pick up and learn. This means that when a disaster strikes, volunteers can launch the app at a moment’s notice and hit the ground running, efficiently and confidently meeting the needs of displaced pets and their people. 

EASApp™’s tools and functions let volunteers focus on the safety and care of animals – all from a laptop, tablet or smartphone. 

 

  • Animals: View and manage an animal’s profile
  • Daily Care: Easily document the care provided to each animal
  • Medical Care: See a list of animals that need medical attention
  • Owners: View and manage owner profiles
  • Teams: Manage members and team profile
  • Home: View active deployments and team memberships

Learn more about the details and solutions EASAppTM offers.   Download the EASAppTM Info SheetEASAppTM

 

Why EASApp™ is Important Now More Than Ever

Disasters are far too common

Volunteer-run emergency pet shelters need support 

 

Climate change has brought on more disaster emergencies. Today, these disasters are far too common, making disaster preparedness critical. 

Intuitive and easy-to-use, the EASApp™ offers a way to help prepare and train volunteers for such disasters. With EASApp™, shelter volunteers can hit the ground running, confident and ready to care for pets and manage an emergency shelter, when the time comes.

 

DARTCC’s Vision for EASApp™

As a nonprofit organization, DARTCC has acquired generous grant funding and donations to begin the development of the Emergency Animal Shelter App. And we have big plans in store to enhance EASApp™’s features and tools.

At its full potential, EASApp™ offers an intuitive solution that standardizes volunteer emergency pet sheltering procedures. By collecting data and implementing the information, EASApp™ takes a systematic approach that provides further training, guidance, and assistance to organizations. 

DARTCC’s plans for the Future Modules:

  • Scheduling
  • Contacts
  • Reports
  • Inventory
  • Money
  • Resources

 

With these data-driven tools, EASApp™ establishes safe protocols and all-around life-saving capabilities. 

But to add these functions, we must secure more funding and additional support. 

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DARTCC is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible.

 

Latest News

  • DARTCC RECEIVES $5K GRANT from State Farm

    DARTCC RECEIVES $5K GRANT from State Farm

    DARTCC RECEIVES $5K GRANT Emergency Animal Shelter App Receives $5,000 Grant From State Farm Jericho, VT – January 29, 2024 – DART Command Central, a nonprofit developing a mobile app that helps communities prepare for disasters and manage temporary emergency pet shelters, is pleased to announce a grant of $5,000 provided by State Farm.
  • DARTCC RECEIVES $75K GRANT

    DARTCC RECEIVES $75K GRANT

    DARTCC RECEIVES $75K GRANT Emergency Animal Shelter App Receives $75,000 Grant From Animal Welfare Foundation Jericho, VT – January 5, 2024 – DART Command Central, a nonprofit developing a mobile app that helps communities prepare for disasters and manage temporary emergency pet shelters, is pleased to announce a grant of $75,000 provided by The Irving and Phyllis Millstein Foundation for Animal Welfare.