Creating a community preparedness group can be a way to ensure the safety and well-being of your neighborhood or local area during emergencies. In this guide, we will walk you through nine essential steps to successfully organize and launch a community preparedness group.
Volunteering can be a valuable addition to your prepping plan. It helps you develop crucial skills, build a network of like-minded individuals, and improve your overall preparedness for emergencies. You’ll also learn how to work effectively under pressure, develop your problem-solving skills, and gain experience in a variety of situations that can prepare you for unexpected events.
A difficult future is going to be made easier if family bonds are tight and the love is strong. There’s nothing quite like traditions and holidays to establish and reinforce those bonds, and tight times shouldn’t mean the end of these celebrations. Survival Moms are creative enough to overcome anything!
Over the years, I have received this question about unprepared family members many times. It’s a sticky survival situation in which family and friends inform us they will just come to our house when disaster strikes. Since the issue of unprepared family members so common, but also one that is very pressing to many people, I turned to other bloggers and experts in the prepper and survival niche, and asked for their expert advice. The results were phenomenal. Here are their perspectives on this difficult issue.