Coralville Food Pantry's Free Community Meal

Members of our team at the Astig Planning Office

Everyone has a story.
Have you or a loved one experienced flooding or severe storms that damaged your home or office?
 
Disrupted your daily routine
to work or school?
 
Made you worry about kids
or aging parents?
You are not alone.

Everyone has a story.
Everyone has a story.
Everyone has a story.
Have you or a loved one experienced flooding or severe storms that damaged your home or office?
 
Disrupted your daily routine
to work or school?
 
Made you worry about kids
or aging parents?
You are not alone.

Have you or a loved one experienced flooding or severe storms that damaged your home or office?
 
Disrupted your daily routine
to work or school?
 
Made you worry about kids
or aging parents?
You are not alone.

Everyone has a story.
Everyone has a story.
Everyone has a story.
Everyone has a story.
Everyone
has a story.
Have you or a loved one experienced flooding or severe storms that damaged your home or office?
 
Disrupted your daily routine
to work or school?
 
Made you worry about kids
or aging parents?
You are not alone.

Coralville Food Pantry's Free Community Meal

Members of our team at the Astig Planning Office

Read Community Stories

We asked community leaders and residents, "What Does Resilience Mean to You?"

This is what they said:

Travis Beckman

Deputy Director, Johnson County Emergency Management Agency

"It's the ability to take a hit or strike and how quickly we can bounce back and at what level? It's common to talk about the new normal to post events. How ready are you to take an impact and how quickly can you return to maybe the old normal."

John Boller

Executive Director, Coralville Food Pantry

"Using adversity as a catalyst for strength."

David De La Torre

Community Organizing Planner, Astig Planning & Coralville Resident

"Resilience is love. We have capacity for resilience when we love ourselves & capacity to build community resilience when we love others."

Lynette Jacoby

Director, Johnson County Social Services

"When people are able to overcome obstacles and barriers that come before them, that despite things that happen in their life that could be negative, they are able to persevere. With positive youth development work, one of the factors that can contribute to resilience is having a strong network of people."

Share Your Story

In order to become stronger together and more resilient to natural disasters,

we need to get to know one another. 

Do you or a loved one have stories about flooding or severe storms that damaged your home or office? Disrupted your daily routine to work or school? Made you worry about kids or aging parents? Share your story.

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