What’s Your Bandwidth For Emergency Preparedness?

Here are some questions to get you moving forward:

• What skills, talents, and/or tools do you have to offer to your family, neighbors, etc. as part of emergency preparedness? How do these communities know about what you have to offer?

• Do you know the skills, talents and tools that your neighbors, housemates, etc. have to offer?

• How much time/money/effort do you have to devote to being prepared?

• What’s your next step? And the step after that?

So much has been done citywide, countywide, and statewide towards being prepared and it’s easy enough to find articles, lists, and steps to take. Start there. Keep going. It’s not easy, but it is doable. We need all of us to do our part. 

That’s that. Thanks so much for reading this and doing your work. It’s much appreciated.

Be prepared, not scared.

Jan S. Molinaro

Co-Chair, Sunnyside Prepared!

Author: Jan S. Molinaro

Co-Chair, Sunnyside Prepared!