Whether you’re buying a professionally compiled kit, or building your own DIY preparedness cache it is vital to have something tucked away for each of these eight areas of preparedness.
Emergency Kit Template
Understanding Local Hazards
20 May0 0 Post by Mackenzie Carpenter
A worksheet to help you analyze and prepare for your local hazards.
Emergency Contact Wallet Card
24 Aug0 0 Post by Mackenzie Carpenter
Download this printable emergency contact wallet card and make sure every member of your family fills it out
Household Emergency Plan Questionnaire
08 Jun0 0 Post by Mackenzie Carpenter
Download this questionnaire and fill it out with your household. Include it in your emergency kit. Review it
Are You Prepared? General Checklist
17 May0 0 Post by Mackenzie Carpenter
How prepared are you? Use this printable checklist as a reference to check your level of emergency readiness.
Food Storage Accessories 101
07 Dec0 0 Post by Zenia Platten
Learn best practices for using mylar bags and oxygen absorbors to store dry goods.
Preparing for kids and youth
A list of the little extras we recommend packing if you’re caring for babies, toddlers, kids, or teens!
Kits 101: Shelter in Place Kits
If you only have one kit, make sure it’s this one!
Kits 101: Vehicle Kits
How to prepare in planes, trains, and automobiles! (As well as boats, helicopters, submarines and anything else designed