This organization was created in April of 2020, amid the Covid pandemic. A large group of people broke away from another organization in an effort to maintain safety and transparency. The goal of the organization is to help victims of a natural disaster in relief, recovery and ongoing efforts. In just 6 short months, it has grown astronomically and has received its 501(c)3 status as a non-profit public organization. The opportunity for continued growth has been embraced and wonderful things are expected of this awesome group!
I have worked with TRRW since the beginning, after having volunteered with another rescue group that lost my trust in the organization founder. TRRW is in it's infancy and continues to grow with dedicated volunteers just wanting to help their fellow man/woman in need following a disaster. I work from my home via my computer, as many of our volunteers do, but we also have the BOGs (boots on the ground) who go into a devastated area to perform rescues, cut down trees, remove debris from blocking access, deliver supplies, etc. TRRW volunteers are fully vetted through background checks. The only reason I didn't give it a 5-star rating is because we are still growing.