Disaster Supplies

Disaster Supplies

Getting started can be hard but using common lists can help. I would definitely add food to the list!

Most sources suggest storing similar supplies to have on hand in the event of an emergency.  The following is a list of the most common items.

□ supply of water (one gallon per person per day)
□ first aid kit and prescription medications
□ extra pair of glasses
□ credit cards and cash
□ change of clothes and sturdy shoes
□ battery powered radio, and extra batteries
□ blankets or sleeping bags, rain poncho, body warmer
□ list of emergency plan contact info
□ booster cables for car, car shovel, rope, N95 dust mask, working gloves
□ flashlight with batteries
□ wind/waterproof matches, and candle
□ personal hygiene products (baby stuff, soap, tooth care, toilet paper)
□ games, books, hard candy, toys
□ tire repair kit and pump, duct tape, swiss army knife

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