Get Involved: Promote emergency preparedness in your community.

Scout troops, service clubs, residential associations, communities of faith—almost any organization you belong to can become a partner in emergency preparedness. Organizations that promote emergency preparedness make their community more able to withstand and recover from disaster. Here are some suggestions for involving your organization:

  • Include a Do1Thing preparedness topic in newsletters or on bulletin boards each month.
  • Talk to your scout troop leader about how Do1Thing activities can be used toward a preparedness badge.
  • Get a group together to make emergency kits for seniors or kids who stay home alone.
  • Visit the www.do1thing.com website to see how other organizations are promoting preparedness in their communities.

The Red Cross, ready.gov, and many other organizations also promote preparedness. Find the materials that will work best for your organization and become a partner in preparing your community!
 

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Food

An emergency food supply doesn’t have to sit on a shelf, ready for disaster to strike (although it can). It can be part of the food you use every day. The key to a good food storage plan is to buy ahead of time. Replace items before they run out. Buy items when they are on sale. 

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