Sports Basement's Emergency Kit Checklist


Photo of a disaster preparedness kit on someone's gear shelf.

No one knows when emergencies are going to happen. The best way to ease your fears and be ready if disaster strikes is to keep an emergency kit at home. That’s why we put up this checklist of some of the most important things you should keep stocked in your backpack from Build A Kit from ready.gov.

Many of the items you'll find on the list are items that you should take when you go camping or backpacking so you know that our camp buyers picked packable, high-quality supplies. That also means that while you’re prepping for your summer camp trips, you can also prepare your emergency kit! 

 While you might not find everything on this list at Sports Basement (we don't sell an extra set of your house keys) we do have you covered on the rest. From first aid kits & solar powered chargers to sleeping bags & non-perishable food, you'll rest easy knowing you're prepared no matter what.

Sports Basement's Emergency Checklist:

Other Supplies:

Cash or traveler's checks

Cell phone with car chargers

Cloth face coverings (for everyone ages 2 and above)

Complete change of clothes & sturdy shoes

Dust masks

Feminine supplies and personal hygiene items

Fire extinguisher

Important family documents such as copies of insurance policies, identification and bank account records saved electronically or in a waterproof, portable container

Infant formula, bottles, diapers, wipes and diaper rash cream

Local maps

Moist towelettes, garbage bags, & plastic ties

Non-prescription medications such as pain relievers, anti-diarrhea medication, antacids or laxatives

Paper and pencil

Pet food and extra water for your pet

Plastic Sheeting and duct tape

Prescription medications

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