12 Monthly Emergency Prep Lists

These 12 monthly Emergency Prep Lists and calendars will help you gather food storage and emergency supplies year-round, so you don't get overwhelmed or blow your budget. This systematic approach of gathering is doable. I spend about $20 - $25 on food items each month per family member. All other items will cost more.

You are free to print these lists. LDS wards and stakes have permission to copy these materials as well. However, these items are copyrighted, so you do not have permission to modify or sell them.

By incorporating a Four-Step Approach to Home Storage taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, you'll gather a 3-month supply of food, some water, and an emergency fund. THEN you will gather long-term staple foods like wheat, rice and beans. I've added my own home storage goals, preparedness goals, equipment goals and a weekly inventory. 

Click on the highlighted list or calendar to be taken to an article I've written.

Be Organized
January - Water, Beverages and Water Storage
Click here for printable January list
Click here for the January 2017 Emergency Prep Calendar coming!

Be Healthy

Be Guardians

Be Nurturers

Be Hopeful
Be Faithful
Be Grateful

Be Christlike
Go here for printable December list
Click here for the December 2016 Emergency Prep Calendar

  1. Each list is for 1 adult. Choose things you can afford to do or have time to do each week.
  2. Multiply amounts by # of family members, and adjust for children, medical needs and food allergies. For instance, you could store half the amount of breakfast cereal for a young child as an adult.
  3. Watch for sales and gather a week at a time to gradually build up your supplies.
  4. Do step 4 after you complete Steps 1, 2 and 3.
  5. Choose what works best for your circumstances.  
  6. LDS = items available to purchase at an LDS Home Storage Center.
Every step forward is a step forward. You CAN do it!

Best wishes!  

Disclaimer: These are only suggestions. I am not an expert on what you should put in your food storage. You are the best judge of what will work for your family. Medical needs and allergies will vary from family to family, so gather what works for you.

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