ATM SOLUTIONS TO WEATHER ANY STORM
MOBILE ATM TRAILERS
- Fully operational
- Internet connected
- Self-powered units
- Regular units available as well
- Access Cash while banks are closed
- Use cash for food, lodging, etc.
- Help those affected
- Get back on track
From hurricane Harvey in Texas, to hurricane Irma in Florida, Empire ATM Group is here to keep commerce flowing in times of need. Our self sufficient ATM solutions are deployed to help the local community with much needed cash access for food, medicine, lodging, and more. Call 1-866-88-EMPIRE for more information.
Other mobile ATM options available
We have small, portable ATM kiosks and larger self-sufficient trailers to accommodate nearly any size or type of outdoor, indoor event or emergency use.
Empire ATM Group is a full service financial company here to help with innovative solutions to suit any need from 1 ATM to a fleet of self sufficient Mobile Branches.
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Unless they’ve tucked their money under a mattress, the average person will have less than $100 on them. There are many that don’t plan ahead for disasters and they wind up the victims of circumstance. The worst events bring out the best in people. After Katrina, several banking institutions on the Gulf Coast received help from companies that had mobile ATM services immediately available. Essentially, these are temporary ATMs that are most often used for large activities and events, such as county fairs and festivals.
To avoid, or reduce significant losses to business, emergency managers should work to identify and anticipate potential risks, hopefully, to reduce their probability of occurring. If an emergency does occur, managers should have a plan prepared to mitigate the effects of that crisis, as well as to ensure Business Continuity of critical operations post-incident. That’s where Empire ATM Group, and ATM Transit come in.
We provide mobile ATM solutions to fit your specific needs. For the unprepared, mobile ATMs became a lifeline. Cash reigns supreme in disaster recovery, and mobile ATMs are outfitted with cash dispensers only. There is no need for deposit-taking ATMs in a catastrophic event.
When a community loses electricity, it can still communicate via wireless devices. Mobile ATMs do this with the latest wireless modems available on the market.
- Get Cash while local banks are closed
- Get much-needed supplies and food
- Access to cash for gas, lodging, and more
- Self-sufficient Mobile ATMs
- Call to get ATM Transit deployed
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Help for Harvey victims
As per The Texas Tribune, below are ways you can help.
Make a donation
- Several local and national organizations are collecting donations for general disaster relief efforts, including the United Way, Salvation Army, Save the Children, Global Giving, Heart to Heart and Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has set up a flood relief fund, backing the effort with his own $100,000 donation.
- Gofundme has curated a list of Harvey relief efforts, with fundraisers for individual cities, families, and homes.
- Individuals and corporations can donate to hurricane relief efforts through the Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster.
- The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, established by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, is accepting donations for flood victims.
Several hospitals are reporting blood shortages and seeking donations in the wake of the storm. O negative and O positive donations are particularly helpful, but people of all blood types are encouraged to donate.
Volunteer your time
Experts expect it’ll take long before the floodwaters drain in Houston. In the meantime, several groups are seeking volunteers to help with recovery efforts.
- Volunteers can sign up for trips to the affected area through organizations like Samaritan’s Purse, Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group and Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster.
- Volunteer Houston has launched a virtual Volunteer Reception Center to aid non-profit agencies in flood relief efforts. More information here.
- The State Bar of Texas has a legal hotline to help people — specifically low-income Texans — with issues such as replacing lost documents and answering insurance questions. They also started a disaster relief volunteer form, which attorneys licensed in Texas can fill out here.
Help for Irma victims
As per The Miami Herald, below are ways you can help.
Make a donation
- UNICEF is raising money that will first be spent distributing emergency supplies to affected areas. After the storm, UNICEF will focus on getting children back to school. Charity Watch gave UNICEF an A.
- Crowdfunding website Global Giving is raising $2 million to first “help any first responders meet survivors’ immediate needs for food, fuel, clean water, hygiene products, and shelter.” Following the storm, the fund will “support longer-term recovery efforts run by local, vetted organizations responding to this disaster.” The fund has been vetted, according to the website.
- United Way of Miami-Dade is soliciting donations on behalf of the United Way organizations in all hurricane-affected areas. You can choose to have your relief funds go to Hurricane Irma or Hurricane Harvey.
Hospitals are expecting blood shortages and seeking donations for the storm. O negative and O positive donations are particularly helpful, but people of all blood types are encouraged to donate.
- LifeSouth is asking people to donate blood so that supply is ready for hospitals across the state before Irma comes ashore. Donors must be 17 or older, or 16 with parental permission, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good health. A photo ID also is needed. Visit lifesouth.org to find the closest blood drive location.
- Living outside of Florida? You can still donate blood through the Red Cross.
Volunteer your time
Florida Gov. Rick Scott continued his plea today for more volunteers in preparation for, and in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
“We’ve had 6,800 volunteers sign up in the past 24 hours,” Scott said during a 10 a.m. televised update from an emergency operations center in Hialeah. He said most of those had been government employees.
Volunteer Florida has 43 Community Response Teams on standby waiting to provide aid as needed. Floridians wanting to help must first fill out the online application. After completion, they will receive expedited training about shelter operations.