CDCA is always developing and fielding new projects for emergency communications and engaging with the general public to raise awareness of amateur radio, emergency communications, and emergency preparedness.

Onsite follow-up to projects often include helping community and educational groups start clubs and set up their own radio stations. Some groups need a little extra help getting started. These groups may receive additional support in the way of temporary equipment loans while they work out funding for their new stations. K-12 programs are the main recipients of our loaner-stations. Click here for more information on Programs.

Most importantly, we don’t just pack up and walk away after a site project is completed. We are present and available for the long-term, continuing to provide educational, technical, and leadership mentoring support.