Resilience Hubs 2020 Cohort Call


Resilience Hubs Initiative 

2020 Inaugural Cohort Call

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If your site is interested in applying for our Resilience Hubs 2020 cohort (or you have already done so), this call is for you! 

The call will go into details about the pilot test of this program, from our vision to what we will specifically be offering in 2020.  We will be briefly be introducing the NorCal Resilience Network, including our membership benefits and communications platforms.

Applications may be found here. Sites applying before December 13th will be eligible to be selected receive a $500 mini-grant, which will be handed out during our December 16th fundraising event. 

About the Resilience Hubs Initiative

The vision of the Resilience Hubs Initiative is to create a network of homes, schools, community gardens and neighborhood centers that are safe and sustainable spaces and “ready for anything” - much better prepared for natural disasters, climate change and other stresses in our community.  You can find more information here about the project.

We want to support at least 10 sites from a diversity of communities to become Hubs over the next eight months, becoming more resilient, while strengthening their community ties and ready for disasters. In this call we will be introducing the NorCal Resilience Network and the 2020 cohort program, including the benefits of participation and commitments. All Hubs applications turned in by December 13th will be eligible to receive a $500 grant. You can apply here.


  • Gain access to potential funding opportunities for your resiliency projects.
  • Make your site more resilient! Be more prepared for the next disaster.
  • Promote your site! This is the opportunity to put your site on the map
  • Network and collaborate with other community leaders and projects. 
  • Learn new skills, from gardening to greywater to racial justice. 


  1. Do a site assessment and neighborhood mapping exercise.
  2. Participate in an introductory workshop with fellow Hubs leaders.
  3. Work on a resiliency project, based on your site assessment, through a public facing event (workshop or work party), from installing a rainwater catchment system to completing an Emergency Plan and gathering supplies.
  4. Share a story about your project through our online platforms 
  5. Fill out pre- and post-evaluations and narratives 


We are in search of sites which:

  • Already are resilience through the three pillars and want to showcase your work; 
  • Have just a few of the components and want to work toward becoming even more resilient



  • December 12, 2019 at 10am – 11am
  • Zoom Call
  • 2 people are going
  • Susan Silber
Stanley Wu

Will you come?