#GetReadyGetSafe #PrepStep

save-the-children-logoIn Case Of Emergency (ICE)…

Would you be able to reunite quickly with your children?

Did you know:

  • Every day, 69 million U.S. children are separated from their families while they are at school or child care.
  • After Hurricane Katrina, there were more than 5,000 reports of missing children.  It took 7 months to reunite the last child with her family.
  • Your child’s ICE card should include 3 emergency contacts — including an out-of-town contact, because during emergencies, local communications are often down.

Get Ready BEFORE a natural disaster or emergency situation.

Do the Prep Step! Make emergency prep fun for the whole family.

As part of National Preparedness Month – I hope that ALL of my readers will prepare themselves AND all of the children in their lives.

Do it now, before it’s too late… and PLEASE leave a comment and tell me that you’ve gone to Save the Children, and printed out an ICE card for each of your children.

Their lives could depend on it!



This is National Preparedness Month

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7 thoughts on “This is National Preparedness Month

  1. I’m going right now to work on my ICE contacts. My 5 year old may need this some day, and it’s a good thing that I now know of it. Thanks for the information, and the link.

  2. These are all great ideas. I am not sure there is anything worse than children being separated from their parents/guardians etc. Especially during a time like that.

    I think this is great information that I will pass along.

  3. My teen is in college and has ICE contacts plus her uncle and family live nearby. I’ll share with my baby bro, though, as he has young kids!

  4. I will be printing out cards for both of my children! I forget about doing things like this. This was a good reminder!

  5. I will be filling out ICE cards for both of my children plus the elderly woman that I take care! This was a good reminder.

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