The below sample messages can be used in posts, statuses and messages to spread preparedness messaging during National Preparedness Month.
Social Media Posts
To make your post stand out, consider incorporating relevant graphics or emojis, as well.
- Build a Kit with Everyone in Mind (English)
- Build a Kit with Everyone in Mind (Spanish)
- Make a Plan to Prepare for Disasters (English)
- Make a Plan to Prepare for Disasters (Spanish)
- Protect Your Family and Your Property from Disasters (English)
- Protect Your Family and Your Property from Disasters (Spanish)
- Teach Youth to Prepare for Disasters (English)
- Teach Youth to Prepare for Disasters (Spanish)
- A Lasting Legacy (:60)
- Build a Kit
- Build a Kit (Spanish)
- Make a Plan
- Make a Plan (Spanish)
- Protect Family and Property
- Protect Family and Property (Spanish)
- Teaching Youth
- Teaching Youth (Spanish)
It's the official start of day of National Preparedness Month!
Follow along with us as we provide our best advice about the ways you and your family can stay safe and be prepared for disasters!
More: http://ready.gov/september #LastingLegacy
- Children are the future & an important part of building a national culture of preparedness. Teach your kids how to #BeReady this hurricane season! Find fun activities & safety tips: ready.gov/kids
- Build a #LastingLegacy: Prepare your kids for disasters and emergencies. Take time to make a plan and have conversations about preparedness. Help them know how to stay safe and navigate potentially scary situations. Ready.gov/kids #NPM2022
- Disasters can leave children and teens feeling frightened, confused and insecure. Their responses can be quite varied. It's important to not only recognize these reactions, but also help children cope with their emotions. #NPM2022 https://www.ready.gov/helping-children-cope
- This National Preparedness Month, we are reminding you to build your emergency kit. Don’t forget to include:
- Non-perishable food and water that can last several days.
- Flashlights, radios & extra batteries.
- First aid kit.
- An emergency kit should have everything you need to survive for several days. Keeping your kit stocked with necessities like food, water, and medical care can make the difference in the face of a disaster. Ready.gov/kit
- Build an emergency supply kit this #NationalPreparednessMonth! Consider unique needs of your family. Include supplies that might be needed by pets, older adults, and those with disabilities in the event of the emergency. Ready.gov/kit
Make a plan
- Make a plan this #NationalPreparednessMonth!
- Consider any special needs your family might have.
- Make sure your kids know important phone numbers.
- Learn your evacuation routes.
- Disasters can happen anywhere, any time. That’s why it’s important you’re prepared. Do you have a plan for yourself, your pets, and your family? Consider the specific needs you might have in an emergency. Ready.gov/plan
Your pets are also part of your legacy! Add these items in your emergency bag in case you need to evacuate with your four-legged buddies:
- A selfie with them in case you get separated.
- Medicine & grooming items.
- Collar with an ID & a leash.