National Heritage Responders
The National Heritage Responders (NHR) respond to the needs of cultural institutions and the public during emergencies and disasters through coordinated efforts with first responders, state agencies, vendors, and the public.
Emergency Help Line
Individuals, if your personal items have been damaged in an emergency, email:
Institutions, if your collections have been affected by an emergency, call:
Not urgent? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Explore a series of Tip Sheets developed by team members based on past deployment experience.
Where Have the National Heritage Responders Deployed?
The group provides assistance by phone and email to collecting institutions affected by everything from leaking pipes to roof damage. NHR has deployed experts to assist with major floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and more in sites across the country.
How Can I Become an NHR Volunteer?
Learn about upcoming opportunities for heritage responder training and how to become an advocate for emergency preparedness in cultural institutions.
How Can I Support NHR?
Support volunteer response, trainings, and the NHR hotline by making a donation to FAIC today!