I’m a firm believer that to make a change regarding personal preparedness, we must do more than just talk about it. Changing behaviors and attitudes regarding personal preparedness was the entire reason #30Days30Ways started seven years ago. I have found one of the best techniques in changing attitudes of adults is by getting their kids on board. Last year we introduced this challenge, and it was highly popular. We asked you to create a kit in a bottle for a kiddo in your family. This year we want to build on that. If you happen to live in Vancouver, WA this challenge should be super easy if you attend our annual CRESA EXPO today.
DAY 10 ACTIVITY:
2 Pts – Create a Water Bottle Emergency Kit for a kiddo in your family. Even better if you create it with them together, explaining what it is and the uses for each item.
Bonus: Pay it Forward. Gift a bottle or two to neighborhood kiddos or at a local school.
LETS START A CONVERSATION! Add the following “Twibbon” to your Facebook, or Twitter Profile Picture!! Thanks to our friends at Sacramento County Office Emergency Services, with a couple clicks you can show your support for National Preparedness Month!! Click the picture to add the Twibbon to your accounts!!
PROOF OF COMPLETION: There are 4 ways you can complete this task:
- Leave a comment with your answer in it on our blog below
- Email us at info@30Days30ways.com
- Put your answer on our Facebook Fan Page or
- Provide the answer on Twitter (Please include @30Days_30ways or hashtag #30Days30Ways in any tweets.
You Have until MIDNIGHT on September 30th to complete this task. Contest rules and more information on the #30Days30WaysChallenge can be found here:
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