MT. LAUREL, NJ--(Marketwire - Oct 31, 2012) - In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the most daunting tasks will be dealing with the loss of loved ones, proving insurance losses, and finding important records and paperwork. New Jersey-based Government Technologies Group (GTG) will donate 90% of proceeds from any and all sales (from now until December 31, 2012) of its My I.C.E. Plan, a family disaster planning software, to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. GTG has significantly reduced the price of My I.C.E. Plan to only $10 from its original $34.95 price with the company only keeping $1 from each sale for administrative costs.
"We hope this initiative will have immediate impact for the victims of Hurricane Sandy and give countless other Americans who have not yet had a disaster a tool to create a dynamic family disaster plan," said Bill Josko, CEO of GTG. "With Hurricane Sandy, we have an opportunity to step up and help those in need and help others prepare for future emergencies, while providing funds to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to support those in need."
My I.C.E. Plan Emergency will assist them with insurance claims, IRS casualty loss deductions, and many other disaster-related reimbursement activities, by creating prepared documentation of belongings and losses. It easily helps families with family disaster planning and the aftermath by providing templates to easily create:
- Emergency Plan A and Plan B for family and pets
- Emergency kits and maintain them
- Complete home inventory and casualty loss reports for multiple properties
- Print wallet cards with meeting places and medical information
- Letter of Instructions (upon a death) for every family member (includes financial tracking)
- Pre-arrangements for all facets of a funeral
- A "call list" of people to contact in case of emergency
GTG developed My I.C.E. Plan to help families prepare for disaster. Founder and CEO Bill Josko never thought his would be one of the families that needed it. "While our family was very fortunate to have not suffered any damage or loss of power, we could have easily been one of the millions severely impacted by the storm. It is for that reason we had our plans in place in the event we lost everything," said Josko. "Watching the disaster's effects continue to unfold with so many people unprepared is a stark reminder of why we created My I.C.E. Plan in the first place."
For more information or to download My I.C.E. Plan, go to www.myiceplan.com.
About Government Technologies Group
Government Technologies Group, LLC. (GTG) is a New Jersey-based business specializing in grassroots solutions for public safety, homeland security, emergency management, public health, corporate crisis, business continuity, and individual and family emergency preparedness.
For more information about GTG, visit www.govtechgrp.com or contact Bill Josko at (856) 439-0322, email@example.com.