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Woodmont Amateur Radio Association, Inc

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Causes: Disaster Aid, Disaster Preparedness & Relief Services

Target demographics: Individuals of all ages and walks of life to come together to learn about the science and joy of radio and use it to help their other people.

Direct beneficiaries per year: provide communications at the New York Marathon, Woodmont 5K, town of orange CERT activities, provided communications and data collection for the national weather service SkyWarn program in New Haven and Middlesex counties, collected gifts for Toys for Tots and provided technical assistance.

Geographic areas served: Woodmont Connecticut and surrounding communities.

Programs: 1) Provide classes needed to obtain amateur radio licenses 2) Sponsor amateur radio license exams 3) Provide emergency communications in time of disaster or emergency 4) Provide communication services at public events ranging from the "New York Marathon" to the local "Woodmont 5K" 5) Provide a safe and accepting environment where individuals can say "I do not know what I am doing!" 6) Encourage and sponsor experimental activities in radio communication and electronics like satellite communications and earth-moon-earth (moon bounce) communications

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Rating: 5

I am a member of W.A.R.A. Club. We are a non profit, serving Borough of Woodmont, Milford.Ct and surrounding communities. We are involved in all aspects of educating local communities on such topics as, getting licensed through the F.C.C. to operate an amateur radio. This is for "all" age groups and genders. This concept has been around for well over 100 years now, using all types of radio equipment and home brew or professional made antennas to speak to people both locally and throughout our country and the world. The good thing about this non profit is that you do not have to be a rocket scientist to join and understand what we do for the communities we assist. This club gives me the feeling of knowing that, as an example, if a minor/ major disaster were to occur, we are there on the front line doing whatever is required to bring a level of normality back to ourselves and our surrounding communities. I probably haven't even covered a small piece of what this club does. My suggestion would be to send me a text at vp@wara.club and setup a tour of our facility. Please remember, we are a non profit and any size donation to our cause would be greatly appreciated.