What is a grab and go bag, why do I need one, and what should be in it?
Kits 101: Grab and Go Kit
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